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Condemned: Criminal Origins Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:When an unnatural series of murders terrorizes the city, the only thing certain is that danger lurks in every shadow. You'll need sharp instincts to survive this screw-tightening storyline that raises the tension at every turn. Use sophisticated forensics to investigate crime scenes, collect evidence, and find the killers. Outsmart devious enemies who respond with strategic AI. Background objects react in real-life fashion when picked up, kicked, or bumped. It's a good thing, because bullets are in short supply. Grab anything within reach - axes, shovels, two-by-fours, and more - to save your skin. Chilling surround sound and intense visuals enhance this gripping first-person psychological thriller.
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