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Game Description:Norse mythology has never been more exciting! Take control of Baldur, a Norse God who finds himself forced to defend mankind from a horde of ruthless war machines bent on destroying all human life. The game blends hand-to-hand melee combat and precision firearms warfare in riveting cinematic style. Combos are easy to learn and rewarding to master, meaning you can maximize your divine abilities! Visual effects are designed to help you feel the full heat of battle, with music geared toward bringing out all its furor, exhilaration, and anguish. Too Human's the first of a three-part story, so get ready for more epic adventures once you've survived this one.
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  • Too Human: Unlock All Classes In The Demo

    Posted: July 23, 2008

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  • Face Time: Denis Dyack of 'Too Human'

    Posted: July 14, 2008

    5,784 Views | 04:38 | 8 Comments

  • Too Human - E3 '08 Trailer

    Posted: July 14, 2008

    7,891 Views | 01:10 | 3 Comments

  • Too Human: Aesir Environment

    Posted: July 9, 2008

    2,978 Views | 04:45 | 3 Comments

  • Too Human: Cybernetic Tree

    Posted: July 8, 2008

    749 Views | 05:52 | 1 Comment

 


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