Section 8: Prejudice Previews - Xbox 360

Section 8: Prejudice
  • Publisher: TimeGate
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  • Release Date:Dec 31, 2011
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood, Language, Violence)
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Game Description: Section 8: Prejudice is the sequel to its sci-fi shooter Section 8. The follow-up will expand on the dynamic first-person gameplay of the original by launching TimeGate’s futuristic IP to new heights.
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Section 8: Prejudice Previews

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    Section 8: Prejudice Multiplayer Gameplay Preview Video

    Experience a multiplayer that gives players tactical control over team-based combat with the ability to drop spawn on the battlefield wherever they choose. See a preview of the multiplayer gameplay for Section 8: Prejudice.

    Posted: Oct 26, 2010 | 7,701 Views | 02:32

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    Section 8: Prejudice Preview

    We take a look at the follow-up to the original and discuss its very specific improvements.

    Posted: Oct 26, 2010

  • Section 8: Prejudice Overdrive Map Pack Trailer

    Posted: June 1, 2011

    828 Views | 02:00

  • Section 8: Prejudice Video Review

    Posted: May 3, 2011

    8,609 Views | 01:47

  • Section 8: Prejudice Launch Trailer

    Posted: April 14, 2011

    1,944 Views | 01:45

  • Section 8 Prejudice Behind the Scenes Gamedesign Trailer

    Posted: March 23, 2011

    1,061 Views | 05:38

  • Section 8: Prejudice "15 Dollars" Trailer

    Posted: December 20, 2010

    1,673 Views | 01:37


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