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Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:The highway to hell cuts through the air in this combat epic that drops you into World War II's largest airborne operation. Classic squad-based Brothers in Arms combat comes to a new generation of consoles with a new story that follows the 101st Airborne Division in Operation Market Garden, a daring mission to open "Hell's Highway" and swiftly end the war. Experience new levels of interaction with the squad you command. Watch your team cooperate like true brothers in arms. Design attacks with a host of new units, including bazooka, mortar, and machine gun crews. New multiplayer battles, packed with dozens of players per side, are more explosive than ever.
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Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway Screenshot & Image Galleries

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  • Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway: Game Preview

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  • Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway - A is for Awesome Trailer

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