Does crime really pay? In the spring of 2005 the only way for gamers to find out will be to step into the high-tech, high-risk and high-reward world of Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.'s The Last Job. Developed by Acclaim Studios Cheltenham, The Last Job lets players take control of a team of criminals who must get in, get out and get away with a series of intricate, action-packed heists where the stakes are high and mistakes can mean the difference between the penthouse or prison.
"The Last Job is an exciting new Acclaim brand that captures the drama, thrill and mystique of committing the type of high-priced crimes that have been the subject of popular feature films," said Marc Metis, Senior Vice President of Brand Management for Acclaim. "The Last Job promises to be a title with truly breakthrough gameplay elements."
Being shown behind closed doors at Acclaim's booth during E3, The Last Job is an action adventure game which puts players in control of a crew of four talented criminals each with their own unique skill. Motivated by revenge, the crew is out for one thing: to steal huge amounts of money. But their jobs are not the run-of-the-mill stick-ups. Along the way they'll confront security guards, police, S.W.A.T. teams and gangsters in a series of explosive scenarios; from ripping off warehouses to robbing yachts, to raiding race track sorting rooms to clearing out exhibitions.