'Americas 10 Most Wanted' For Consoles & PC In 2004

by Thomas on Dec. 5, 2003 @ 5:57 a.m. PST

Britsoft originator and leading 80s developer and publisher System 3, announced today its allegiance to CIFR (Criminal Interdiction & Fugitive Recovery) with its commitment to combating world terrorism. The pledge comes as the company makes the groundbreaking news that it is set to release 'America's 10 Most Wanted' on next-gen consoles and PC in 2004.

At a time of heightened terrorist awareness, the move reinforces the global sense of crime intolerance and the urgent need for International union in the tracking down of criminals to bring them to justice.

'America's 10 Most Wanted' enlists the military expertise of CIFR's top agent in the hunt for US fugitives listed on the FBI website, including the notorious leader of the Al 'Queda terrorist network Osama Bin Laden and the ousted leader of Iraq Saddam Hussein. Commentary is provided by Dan Rathner, star news anchor for the US television network CBS over licensed news footage from CNN. In game music will be provided by members of So Solid Crew who will also make guest appearances in the game.

Industry veteran Mark Cale, president of System 3 said: "'America's 10 Most Wanted' draws its inspiration from a real concern which is engulfing the world – the need to stamp out terrorism and violent crime. The game encourages the live capturing of fugitives so they can be brought to justice, thereby flying the flag of justice and strengthening the powers of law enforcement agencies. We invite you to take the patriotic challenge and join the ranks of CIFR."

'America's 10 Most Wanted' is set to release on next-gen consoles and PC in 2004.

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