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Unit 13 Previews - PSV

Unit 13
Game Description:Thirteen is an unlucky number for the world's most wanted in this action shooter where you'll join an ultra-elite military unit and take out the most critical targets. There are 45 high-wire missions to conquer, including 36 tactical challenges and nine battles with high-value targets. Successfully complete missions to increase your score and move up the rankings. Use precision Touch Screen and Touch Pad controls to aim with pinpoint accuracy. Team up for tactical two-player strikes on Wi-Fi and use 3G compatibility to stay plugged in with up-to-the-second social news, ranking updates, and daily challenge missions.
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    Unit 13 Hands-On Preview -- Bite-Sized Warfare

    Zipper Interactive gives us our first hands-on look at its newest military shooter coming to the Vita next year. Read on to see how Zipper is differentiating Unit 13 from its long-running SOCOM series and how it has been form fitted for Sony's new portable system.

    Posted: Dec 13, 2011


  • Unit 13 Announcement Trailer

    Posted: December 13, 2011

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