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Shadows of the Damned Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description: Suda51's new game is a psychological action thriller where you play as Garcia, a man hell-bent (literally) on traveling to Hell to rescue his true love Paula. He's challenged by a number of grotesque demons. Thankfully, Garcia happens to be a "hard-as-nails, leather-clad, motorcycle-riding professional demon hunter."
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