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Publisher:    Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
Developer:    Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc, Santa Monica Studio & Incognito Entertainment
Platform:         PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system
Genre:            Action Arcade
Rating:        “E” for Everyone


Calling All Cars™ is a high-octane, cops n’ robbers multiplayer, action/party game for PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system. Players will take the role of a bounty hunter careening around a stylish cartoon world on the hunt for criminals on the loose and attempt to apprehend criminals and toss them back in the slammer before other bounty hunters can steal them and collect the reward money. With a combination of demolition derby gameplay, crazy weapon pickups, humor and a healthy throwback to classic arcade and sports games, Calling All Cars is sure to be a crazy online party experience for PS3.


•    Full HD at 1080p – High resolution, high adrenaline arcade action at full 1080p HD.
•    Gameplay – Calling All Cars offers gamers multiple weapons, more than 10 vehicles to choose from, and four levels of gameplay.
•    Online Gameplay – Dive in for crazy multiplayer action with friends both online and split screen (up to 4-player split screen running at 60fps).
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