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Game Description: Take on the role of a special agent to uncover plans of Morcubus, the corrupt CEO of MorcuCorp. Use your skills and gadgets to help with missions as you track footprints, hack computers and interrogate suspects. Travel to exotic and varied locations around the world to expose the myserious plot.
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  • TGS 09: Electronic Arts Tokyo Showcase Report

    We were live at Electronic Art's Tokyo Showcase event in Japan earlier today (in Tokyo time), where the publisher kicked off by showing its DS-exclusive ninja game for the DS called Tsumuji (which translates to whirlwind). It's in development at EA Japan. l heard about this game earlier this year but this is the first time EA's shown anything....

    Posted September 23, 2009

    TGS 09: Electronic Arts Tokyo Showcase Report
  • Electronic Arts Signs Merchandising Deal With Creative Minx Marketing (Who?)

    Electronic Arts has signed an "outbound marketing" deal with Creative Minx Marketing. The deal covers numerous EA properties, including The Sims, MySims, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Dante's Inferno, and Army of Two. The relationship should result in oodles of merchandise for these franchises. In today's press release, Patrick...

    Posted May 13, 2009| 7 Comments

    Electronic Arts Signs Merchandising Deal With Creative Minx Marketing (Who?)
  • MySims Agents Cinematic Trailer

    Posted: June 23, 2009

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