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Too Human
Game Description:A dark gloomy action role playing game by Silicon Knights. Far into the future, when earth has become a mega-civilization of androids, robots, cyborgs and Big Brother companies, players take on the role of cop whose partner was killed by a cyborg. Angered by this death and moved to seek vengeance, the main character was to take a job as a security operative in this monolithic chip corporation to find out just what happened. Too Human lingered in development for some time, until its developer, Silicon Knights, was acquired by Nintendo to become part of their coalition of second-party developers. Some time afterward, SK split from Nintendo and Too Human became an Xbox 360 title. Several aspects about the game changed in development over those many, many years -- this unreleased PlayStation version is now just a distant memory of what Too Human might have been...
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