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Shadowrun Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:The year is 2021. 5,000 years after it disappeared, ancient magic has returned to the Earth. Global megacorporations vie to control the new power, using modern weaponry and futuristic technology to their advantage. Join forces with the companies to bring order out of chaos, or join the Lineage to keep magic free at all costs. Play as one of four races, including dwarves and trolls, and build a team of intelligent AI characters to control. Purchase new weapons and magic to give yourself an advantage. See through walls and teleport behind opponents using advanced techniques. Then take the battle online with up to 16 players – where it doesn't matter if you're on a 360 or a PC!
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  • Free Online Play For Three Xbox 360 Titles

    Microsoft has confirmed through Shack News that Xbox Live Silver members are now able to play three titles online, a feature which is reserved for Gold members. The following titles are: Lost Planet: Colonies Edition Universe At War Shadowrun This decision may link to the recent significant changes on Microsoft's Windows LIVE...

    Posted July 28, 2008| 26 Comments

    Free Online Play For Three Xbox 360 Titles
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