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The Agency (Canceled)
Game Description:Exploring new territory in massively-multiplayer online gaming, this project from Sony Online Entertainment focuses on spies and mercenaries in the modern world. Gamers all over the globe will be engaging in action and espionage in the treacherous underworld, using physical prowess, ingenious gadgets and unerring marksmanship to get out alive. The game is developed by SOE Seattle, a new branch for the company formed partly by members of Microsoft's ambitious but unfortunately cancelled Mythica project.
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The Agency (Canceled) Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • X-Play Gaming Update 10.06.08

    Posted: October 6, 2008

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  • The MMO Report: Thursday, August 28th

    Posted: August 28, 2008

    13,145 Views | 08:03 | 6 Comments

  • X-Play Gaming Update 08.18.08

    Posted: August 18, 2008

    1,219 Views | 01:55

  • The MMO Report: E3 '08 Special Part 2

    Posted: July 24, 2008

    9,692 Views | 13:46 | 2 Comments

  • The Agency Trailer

    Posted: July 15, 2008

    1,131 Views | 03:17 | 1 Comment

 


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