Twenty-five years into the future. Governments have outsourced military operations to private multi-national corporations. As Jake Carpenter, a newly enlisted soldier in the Mantel army, ... See full summary »







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Sergeant Shane Carpenter / Additional Voices (voice)
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Mikey O'Conner ...
Corporal Peshy / Additional Voices (voice)
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Amargeet / Additional Voices (voice)
Carla Prada ...
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Daniel Curshen ...
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Derek Hagen ...
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Twenty-five years into the future. Governments have outsourced military operations to private multi-national corporations. As Jake Carpenter, a newly enlisted soldier in the Mantel army, you are seeking fulfillment and thrills by fighting for a good cause. Thanks to their high-tech arsenal of vehicles, deadly weaponry, and performance enhancing bio-medical support, the Mantel Corporation's ruthlessly efficient soldiers are the most feared by terrorists, dictators, and the corporation's political enemies. Your conflict begins in a war-torn country in South America, where you have been sent to fight a vicious rebel faction, The Promise Hand. At first glance, all is well, but things quickly begin to look a little strange... Written by GameKing

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Jake Carpenter: They told me I would be the best. They gave me the best weapons. They gave me Nectar.
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worth that incredibly long wait, all the design and story overhauls and the jumping release date.
19 May 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I remember way before the playstation 3 or the xbox 360 came out there was word of a new free radical game, who, at the time, were the best developers of FPS titles with the amazing time splitters series.

when the first teaser trailer came out i was excited. But years later when everyone thought possibly the best shooter on next gen went down the drain it popped back up again. But it had a complete design over haul. The armour looked different, different weapons, different feel.

Finally after all the jumping release dates i'm getting my copy this week but would like to write a review for the demo that came up on the playstation store.

excellent absolutely excellent

after what is imagine about a 4 year wait THEE PENULTIMATE shooter is here.

The gameplay is excellent the use of nectar and it's effects are put to excellent use and i know for a fact i'm going to miss nectar when i switch to the rebels. the AI is uber intelligent. probably smarter than the AI in Rainbow six vegas.

if you like free radical games or a newcomer this is an excellent way to start.

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