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Game Description:Vin Diesel is back, and this time, he's back in the saddle! Take control of Milo Burik, an undercover agent sent to Barcelona to investigate gang activity. You'll find yourself enmeshed in a power struggle among three rival gangs. Earn the trust of each gang by taking jobs and working your way to the group's bosses. Learn to air jack cars - taking them while on the move. Slow down time and pull off amazing stunts to thwart enemies and cops. You can even use your vehicles as a melee weapon, taking down other vehicles or just dodging out of the way. A deep control scheme, cinematic action, and plenty of great story will keep you coming back for more!
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  • 'The Wheelman' Screenshots

    Wanna look at The Wheelman? The game is scheduled for a 2008 release on the PS3, the 360 and PC. Here's a screenshot gallery to enjoy.

    Posted April 21, 2008| 7 Comments

    'The Wheelman' Screenshots
  • Hands On: The Wheelman

    Posted: July 14, 2008

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  • Wheelman Preview

    Posted: May 11, 2007

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