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'Chrome' - MP Xmas Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on Dec. 19, 2003 @ 7:33 p.m. PST

Get the Chrome Xmas MP Demo off Worthplaying (300mb)

Chrome is a tactical shooter that brings a new twist to the FPS genre with its unique combination of established FPS standards and truly innovative elements. Players take on the role of Logan, and using a system of implants, are able to alter his abilities in order to survive the 14+ action-packed missions. Logan will take part in breathtaking chases in futuristic vehicles, become a silent assassin striking at unwitting enemies, and use his heavy plasma gun and implant enhanced muscles to storm through enemy lines.

Chrome Features:

  • · Use 8 kinds of vehicles, including four-wheelers, armored transporters, shuttles, and even mechs in single and multiplayer mode
  • · Use a wide range of implants to improve your character?s abilities and become a stealth assassin or a ?living tank? in single and multiplayer mode
  • · Out shoot up to 16 opponents in multiplayer mode using powerful weapons and invincible vehicles against the mind-blowing backdrop of Valkyria
  • · Use over 18 kinds of weapons such as machine guns, rocket launchers, electric beam throwers and plasma rifles in your fight
  • · Forget yourself in the unbelievable depth of the unique gaming experience ? marvel at the breathtaking, extremely detailed graphics and stunningly realistic physics of the Chrome engine
  • · Become an interstellar mercenary and prove your skills in 14+ missions in tropical forests, rocky deserts, canyons, and snowy glaciers as well as inside the futuristic complexes of corporation labs, military bases and orbital stations

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