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Secret Service: Security Breach
Game Description:Value-priced first-person shooter. Sometimes it really does all come down to just one person. The security of your President and the nation rests squarely on your shoulders. As a new recruit on the rise, you will be faced with many life-threatening situations. Relying on your instincts and training, detect threats and stop terrorist actions before they can become a reality. It's your job to make sure the bad guys get what's coming to them, while protecting the good guys and the overall well-being of your great country! Escort officials through 10 different hostile environments and use an advanced arsenal, including dozens of tactical weapons from handguns to rocket launchers. Test your weapons on the destructible environments and encounter many types of criminals from low-level mob enforcers to highly dangerous terrorists.
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Secret Service: Security Breach News

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  • Breach Release Date Announced

    We've been hearing a lot about Breach since it was announced. First, it's a game from Atomic Games, the company whose Six Days in Fallujah was shelved after public outcry, and contains elements from that ill-fated title. Then, in an example of an actual breach, someone apparently tried to steal the code to Breach from a computer at PAX 2010....

    Posted January 14, 2011

    Breach Release Date Announced
  • Atomic Games' Breach Delayed

    We've been following the development of Atomic Games' Breach for a long time. First off, it was developed by the team behind Six Days in Fallujah, a bunch of hoo-rah, military types who also design real training software for the armed forces, secondly, it promised to use the technology developed for Six Days in a tactic-heavy, downloadable...

    Posted July 16, 2010

    Atomic Games' Breach Delayed

 


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