"Full Auto redefines racing combat with its groundbreaking graphics, advanced technology and extensive multiplayer support via Xbox Live," said Scott A Steinberg, Vice President of Marketing, SEGA of America. "This game sets the bar for destruction; it's the next-gen racing-combat that fans have been waiting for."
The vehicular combat in Full Auto is available through more than ten modes, including an 80-event Career mode. Full Auto also features a never before-seen "Unwreck" feature allows players to rewind time and get a second chance at escaping death. Epic explosions, mass carnage and blistering gunfire are all part of this fully destructible combat-racer, where players can enjoy intense battles on Xbox Live and never see the same wreck twice.
Key Product Features
- TOTAL Destruction - unprecedented car and environmental damage make this the most destructive racing game ever.
- Unique "Unwreck" feature - delivers the racing genre's first real-time "second chance." Players have the ability to control time to rectify mistakes both big and small.
- No pre-calculated or canned animations - Players will never see the same wreck twice!
- Addictive Multiplayer modes - Circuits, Point-to-Points, Down & Back available in split-screen and 8-player mode on Xbox Live online game service - challenge friends to rank on in-game single and multiplayer leaderboards.
- Collision, Jump and Death cameras - Unprecedented presentation - including the "One-Touch" replay - exposes each and every action-packed moment.
- Adaptive Soundtrack - music changes/adapts based on player position, track location and racing style.
- Enjoy intense combat and unlimited replay-ability - 21 vehicles, 18 tracks, 80 events, and eight distinct weapon types; from machine gun and mines to rockets and cannon.
In conjunction with its release, SEGA is also offering a free Limited Edition Full Auto Xbox 360 faceplate at select retailers while supplies last.
Developed by Pseudo Interactive, Full Auto is rated "T" (Teen) by the ESRB and has an MSRP of $59.95.
For more information about Full Auto, please visit http://www.segalabs.com.
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