Vanquish Previews - PS3

Game Description:Vanquish is a sci-fi shooter of epic proportions with a fast, fluid and frenetic combat system, and an engaging and immersive storyline. Players take the role of Sam, a government agent kitted out with a futuristic battle suit, in a near future world where nations war over the planet’s remaining energy resources. A versatile fighter with a huge arsenal of weaponry at his disposal, Sam also has an array of martial arts skills that he can use to take down his robot enemies.
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    Vanquish Preview


    Adam Sessler joins Keith Dwyer for a hands-on preview of the third-person shooter Vanquish.

    Posted: Aug 3, 2010 | 10,866 Views | 04:20

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    E3 2010 Preview: Vanquish

    PlatinumGames has given gamers plenty of reasons to pay attention when they've got a new game. Here's our first preview of the studio's latest.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010

  • Vanquish Review

    Posted: November 1, 2010

    16,595 Views | 02:47

  • Vanquish Launch Trailer

    Posted: October 19, 2010

    5,417 Views | 02:03

  • Vanquish "Battlesuit" Trailer

    Posted: October 14, 2010

    3,012 Views | 01:16

  • Vanquish "Weapons" Trailer

    Posted: October 6, 2010

    2,273 Views | 01:16

  • Vanquish "Enemies" Trailer

    Posted: October 1, 2010

    7,811 Views | 01:34


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