FBI Agent Ethan Thomas is framed for the murder of a detective and officer. In order to uncover who murdered the two officers with his gun, he has to grab what he can find in the ... See full summary »

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FBI Agent Ethan Thomas is framed for the murder of a detective and officer. In order to uncover who murdered the two officers with his gun, he has to grab what he can find in the environment and fight his way through violent, psychotic individuals. Written by theguyfrom200

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An extras video in the game shows an earlier version of the game, known as "The Dark". Ethan's name was "Agent Cross" and an earlier version of the Elementary School level was shown. Agent Cross also seemed to have supernatural powers to break doors down, take weapons from enemies and heal himself. Rosa was also a male. See more »

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Ethan's quest to clear his name for murder paradoxically requires him to violently kill dozens of strangers, albeit insane ones in self-defense. See more »

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Referenced in Outlast (2013) See more »

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awesome
22 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This game is scary, violent and extremely stylish. Ultra-slick visuals, awesome hand to hand combat and enemy AI to as close to real as possible, this game is most definitely one to pick up. The fully interactive elements are good and the actually playability of the game is very easy to pick up. The back drops are detailed and varied, characters look human and smooth and the plot is intriguing. A game to really get the Xenix 360 off the ground. Original and most of all, genuinely frightening. Every time an enemy jumps at you from around the corner your heart will skip a beat and seeing them running past in the background will most definitely send a shiver down your neck.

But it's the little attentions to detail that really make this game stand out, the use of lighting, awesome sound effects and the lack of music to create atmosphere are very good.

The cut scenes telling the story are well animated and voice acted. The plot itself is exceptionally intriguing, you actually want to know what has happened and how it's resolved.

Over all this is most definitely a must own title for the 360, one of many to come I hope.


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