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Codemasters reveals Shoot to Kill: Columbian Crackdown

  Codemasters has recently announced Shoot to Kill: Columbian Crackdown for the PC and next-generation consoles. This first-person shooter is expected to be filled with action and excitement, as gameplay revolves around crime and confusion, and the story is mixed with violence an betrayal. The game is being developed by the Head of Juice Studio at Codemasters, Gavin Raeburn. Also, the production crew is planning revolutionary features that will be stunning to the FPS genre.

   Shoot to Kill: Columbian Crackdown is an epic portrayal of the ongoing struggle within the drug community. Players will dive into the world of Columbia's most fierce drug ring, as they must explore the cocaine trafficking with the Drug Enforcement Administration. It is each person's objective to bring to justice the heads of these illegal operations.

   "The first-person shooter market really needs an arse kicking, as game developers seem complacent with first-person shooter games, relying on better graphics and broadband gameplay to spice up aging dinosaurs", said Raeburn. "Message boards are full of criticism for over-hyped FPSs that simply don’t take the genre any further. We intend to totally reinvent the clichéd first-person shooter and move it forward to deliver a fresh gameplay experience that shows gamers what they've been missing for years."

4/2/2002 Matt Stensrud

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