APB: Reloaded Previews - PC

APB: Reloaded
  • Publisher: Gamersfirst
  • Genre:Action, MMO
  • Developer: Reloaded Studios
  • Release Date:Dec 31, 2011
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood, Drug Reference, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Violence)
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Game Description: APB: Reloaded is a massively multiplayer online third-person shooter game based in the modern-day fictional city of San Paro featuring two factions, Enforcers and Criminals. Players can join either faction, and then form their own customized team and group to join the constant battle across the urban landscape.
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    APB: Reloaded Hands-On Impressions -- First Rule About Fight Club...

    This is a new APB, hence the "Reloaded" moniker. The game was rescued from its original launch by GamersFirst, who are showing the game the attention it needed from the beginning. See what's new and improved this time around in our latest hands-on look.

    Posted: Nov 23, 2011

  • APB: Reloaded Behind the Scenes Trailer

    Posted: November 23, 2011

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  • APB: Reloaded Live Action Extended Trailer

    Posted: November 10, 2011

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  • APB: Reloaded X-Play Exclusive Trailer

    Posted: November 8, 2011

    9,839 Views | 01:37

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