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Haze
Game Description:Set in the year 2048 in a world where Governments have outsourced military operations to Private Military Corporations (PMC), you play a newly enlisted soldier seeking fulfillment and thrills by fighting for a good cause. As the leading PMC, Mantel Global Industries offers a high-tech arsenal of vehicles, deadly weaponry, and on top of that a performance enhancing bio-medical support known as Nectar. As a result, Mantel troopers are the most feared by terrorists, dictators, and the corporation's political enemies. Your conflict begins in a war-torn country where you have been sent to fight a vicious rebel faction, the Promise Hand. At first glance, all is well, but things quickly begin to look a little strange... NOTE: This game was originally announced as a multiplatform title, but plans moved towards Haze being a PS3-exclusive in mid-development. It is unknown at this time whether the developer will return to work on other versions of the game once the PS3 edition is finished. Please check back for official info.
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