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The Club
Game Description:For most people, The Club exists only as an urban legend – a game where criminals are paid huge amounts to carry out gunfights and where online spectators view, gamble and cheer them on in a deadly game of skill. Yet the rumours are true. People are getting rich. People are dying. The first task is to survive, but according to their rules - quickly, relentlessly and with style... Players choose between eight unique fighters, each with their own combat style and agendas, as they travel the globe in a series of visceral urban battlefields. In addition to a variety of single-player scenarios, The Club boasts an array of multiplayer options to satisfy even the most discerning action aficionado.
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  • Sega Tips And Tricks For 'The Club'

    Sega's Ken Ogasawara, localization producer on the upcoming shoot-em-up The Club, stopped by the X-Play offices today to give an exclusive demonstration on how to play the game using "mad skills" as the kids say. For those of us who have downloaded the demo and proceeded to get owned by the hordes of gun-toting enemies intent on our...

    Posted January 30, 2008

    Sega Tips And Tricks For 'The Club'
  • The Club Review

    Posted: February 15, 2008

    12,805 Views | 02:11 | 26 Comments

  • Hands On: The Club

    Posted: January 30, 2008

    6,234 Views | 04:06 | 3 Comments

  • Exclusive Producer Walkthrough of The Club

    Posted: January 30, 2008

    2,294 Views | 02:41

 


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