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You are Derrick Cole, a man who finds himself awakened in the bedroom of the Main Research Center. You (Derrick) have lost your memories of the past and must work with a mysterious woman named Alex Hendrickson to survive and uncover the deadly mystery. When you (Derrick) proceed further, you will gain new powers that will allow you to take out the T'lans and other enemies. Will you (Derrick) be able to reclaim your lost memories, powers and stop the T'lans and save the world? Written by Oliver Kong

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[if you intentionally attack Gianni]
First Lieutenant Gianni De Luca: I'll see you in hell!
[your game is over if this happens]
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Take It All
Performed by TRUSTcompany
Coustesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
Written by James Fukai, Joshua Moates, Kevin Palmer and Jason Singleton
(C)2002 EMI April Music Inc., Barely Breathing Music and Bright Gray Publishing
All rights controlled and administered by EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP)
All rights reserved. International copyright secured. Used by permission.
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amazing game
14 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game is a definite classic. The ending is ridiculously difficult, even on the easiest difficulty, but if you manage to find this game in a video game store i recommend you to buy it! it also works on the xbox 360. This game has a great storyline, which is the reason why this game is so good. The gameplay is amazing, as the character advances like a superhero throughout the story through injections and personal superhuman abilities and powers. hand to hand combat is great, the voices are great, the scenery is great and pretty much everything in the game is great. The storyline is incredible. I wish I could be more thorough with this, but bottom line is, this is a classic video game with an amazing storyline that I wish more gamers would try out and enjoy. I know i did.


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