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Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive
Game Description:Strategy game, set in the Wild West. The story involves the robbery of a train and you've been hired to find out who's behind it. Along the way you'll have to shadow bandits to find their headquarters, rescue one of your teammates from the gallows and sneak into a US Marshal's outpost.. In true Old West style, you begin the game with a single character and must go through the obligatory "rounding up the old gang" routine. You'll eventually have six characters at your disposal -- each with a unique batch of tricks and skills that you'll use to progress through the game's twenty-five missions.
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  • Square-Enix Acquiring Tecmo?

    The house that built Final Fantasy is proposing a "friendly takeover" to the creators of Ninja Gaiden II and Dead or Alive. According to Kotaku, Square-Enix will be outilining its plans to possibly acquire Tecmo at 1pm in Japan today. Last week, former Tecmo CEO Yoshimi Yasuda resigned to his position due to "personal...

    Posted August 29, 2008| 22 Comments

    Square-Enix Acquiring Tecmo?
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