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Game Description:Step into the boots of Conan the Barbarian and fight to save the world from an elusive and powerful evil in this epic story of brutality, violence, and combat. Utilize a gratifying and deep combat system to demolish your foes. String together movements and multiple fighting styles, including grappling moves, hand-to-hand combat, swordplay and massive dual-wielded attacks. Next-gen technology lets you feel as if you've stepped straight into the movies, complete with special effects and a cinematic soundtrack. A fully interactive world means you can use anything as a weapon, including axes, spears, and torches, as well as the world itself!
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  • 'Conan' Demo Playable Now

    The demo version of Conan is available now on Xbox Live. The third-person action game from THQ is bloody, violent, and downright barbaric, much like its namesake. "The playable demo will give players a chance to step into the world of Conan, sample a variety of deadly attacks and explore an environment recognizable to fans of...

    Posted October 8, 2007| 11 Comments

    'Conan' Demo Playable Now
  • Games For Cheap Bastards

    Posted: April 22, 2008

    6,307 Views | 02:06 | 1 Comment

  • Conan Review

    Posted: October 26, 2007

    11,641 Views | 02:34 | 5 Comments

  • Conan Preview

    Posted: October 12, 2007

    355 Views | 02:54

  • Conan: Pirate Gameplay

    Posted: October 9, 2007

    977 Views | 05:01

  • Conan: Island Gameplay

    Posted: October 8, 2007

    840 Views | 05:25


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