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Too Human
Game Description:Too Human is a dark gloomy action role playing game that takes place in the year 2450 AD where half cybernetic humans are reality. You are John Franks who is in the process of getting your bionic body upgraded. Upgrades include improvement of vision, leg strength, stamina, and more. After a lengthy development history that spanned from an early version of the game on the original PlayStation system to the more advanced GameCube console (and a near-complete re-invention of the game in the process), Too Human moved to the more advanced Xbox 360 platform when developer Silicon Knights split from Nintendo. Only bits and pieces of info is known about what form the GameCube version of Too Human would have been compared to what it finally became, but this version will now never see the light of day.
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