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Stuntman: Ignition Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Now is your chance to prove yourself in the high-stakes world of Hollywood stuntmen! Perform stunts for 6 uniquely themed films in over 25 different vehicles, and perform a variety of 36 stunt maneuvers. But be careful, because in order to get more jobs, you have to pull off the stunt perfectly to match the action. Boost the excitement by improvising reckless moves during stunt runs to unlock bigger-budget films and commercials. Build your own stunt runs with the Stunt Constructor, and then put them on the line for other stuntmen to try. Or battle others online as you race through the film sets or the custom-built back-lot arenas!
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  • THQ Cleaning House And Closing Studios?

    According to Wired's Game|Life, THQ is rumored to be shutting down five of its internal development studios. Wired claims: "The official developer list has been removed without warning, replaced with a list that includes 5 fewer studios than the previous version. Presumably we'll hear some official confirmation on THQ's plans when the...

    Posted November 3, 2008| 7 Comments

    THQ Cleaning House And Closing Studios?
  • Trailer: Stuntman - Ignition

    Posted: March 27, 2008

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