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Assault Heroes 2 Previews - Xbox 360

Assault Heroes 2
Game Description: Re-envisioned for an even more action-packed arcade shooter experience, Assault Heroes 2 expands its horizons into outer space. New features also include hi-jackable enemy vehicles, more levels and enhanced on-foot and co-operative gameplay modes. Whether attacking on foot or piloting all-new spacecraft, players will enjoy optimum mobility in the most dangerous situations.
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    World Premiere Hands On: Assault Heroes 2

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    Adam gets an up close look at Assault Heroes 2 from Executive Producer Connie Brammeier

    Posted: May 8, 2008 | 3,427 Views | 04:42 | 2 Comments


  • World Premiere Hands On: Assault Heroes 2

    Posted: May 8, 2008

    3,427 Views | 04:42 | 2 Comments

  • Assault Heros 2 - Bosses Part 2

    Posted: May 8, 2008

    872 Views | 01:12

  • Assault Heros 2 - Bosses Part 1

    Posted: May 8, 2008

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  • Trailer: Assault Heros 2

    Posted: April 28, 2008

    6,404 Views | 00:43

 


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