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Spyborgs Previews - Wii

Game Description: Assemble a team of crime fighting cyborges. Defeat waves of enemies with guns, swords, and fists. Players can play alone, or in two-player co-op. Players use the wii-mote to move and attack.
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Spyborgs Previews

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    Spyborgs for the Wii Preview

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    Morgan Webb previews 'Spyborgs' for the Wii, a new two player brawler game. Daryl Allison from Capcom talks about the game's storyline, characters, combination attacks, combat and more.

    Posted: Sep 16, 2009 | 2,799 Views | 02:17


  • Spyborgs Launch Trailer

    Posted: September 22, 2009

    564 Views | 00:54

  • Spyborgs Webisode 3 - The Betrayal

    Posted: September 18, 2009

    765 Views | 03:45

  • Spyborgs for the Wii Preview

    Posted: September 16, 2009

    2,799 Views | 02:17

  • Spyborgs Webisode #2: Breach

    Posted: September 15, 2009

    241 Views | 02:38

  • Spyborgs Elevator Gameplay

    Posted: September 2, 2009

    167 Views | 01:28

 


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