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Deadliest Warrior: The Game Previews - PS3

Deadliest Warrior: The Game
Game Description:Based on the popular Spike TV series, “Deadliest Warrior: The Game” allows you to choose one of eight warrior classes and your fighter with an ever-growing selection of signature weaponry. Enter the Fight Lab training simulation (in Practice Mode) to test the lethality and precision of your weapons against various targets and armor types, or complete a series of challenges to unlock your warrior’s full arsenal in Challenge Mode. You’ll learn about each warrior’s strengths and weaknesses and then develop your own tactics for each potential matchup. True to the brutal realities of combat, there are no health pickups, and warriors will show the bloody scars of battle, be crippled, lose limbs or even get beheaded, during combat.
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    E3 2010: Deadliest Warrior: The Game Preview

    If you love the show, you're going to love the game, especially after reading our Deadliest Warrior: The Game preview.

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