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MindJack Latest News - PS3

  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:Jan 18, 2011
  • # of Players:1 player, 6 online
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood,Language,Violence)
  • Platforms:
Game Description: Mind Hackers have taken over the world in the year 2031 in the new action-adventure IP MindJack from developer Square Enix.
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MindJack News

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  • MindJack Dated: Coming January 18

    If you're looking to get your mind totally jacked, you'll be able to on January 18, 2011. That's the just-announced release date for Square Enix's third-person shooter MindJack. The game aims to blur the line between single and multiplayer gaming by creating a campaign experience where "non-playable characters can, at any moment,...

    Posted November 2, 2010

    MindJack Dated: Coming January 18
  • Mindjack Video Review

    Posted: February 16, 2011

    6,801 Views | 02:22

  • Mindjack Launch Trailer

    Posted: January 19, 2011

    5,665 Views | 01:02

  • Mindjack "Control A Dog" Trailer

    Posted: January 10, 2011

    3,547 Views | 01:50

  • MindJack "The Characters of MindJack" Trailer

    Posted: December 16, 2010

    3,075 Views | 02:25

  • MindJack Instant Multiplayer Trailer

    Posted: December 9, 2010

    1,743 Views | 01:56

 


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