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Freedom Fighters
Game Description:Squad-based third-person shooter, from the makers of the Hitman series. With fierce conflict unfolding in the streets of America, it's your patriotic duty to fight back. Take on the role of Christopher Stone, and evolve from an average New Yorker into a fearless patriot who recruits and leads an army of freedom fighters in the streets of New York City. Freedom Fighters combines the depth of a group-based game with the intensity of an action-packed war game, all of which unfolds in the streets, subways, and buildings of the ultimate urban battleground. Gain points for rescuing prisoners or capturing key installations. The more charisma you have, the more fighters you can recruit.
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