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HEI$T™ is an all-new job pullin’, bank robbin’ action-driving game set in a gritty San Francisco, circa 1969HEI$T has gamers taking charge of a group of renegade criminals as they rob, steal and shoot their way throughout the city, all the while their sights set on the big score: taking the San Francisco Mint.  

Currently in development at inXile Entertainment (The Bard's Tale, 2004), HEI$T will be published by Codemasters and is expected to ship Q4, 2007, for next generation consoles and PC.
 
It’s 1969, the summer of love in San Francisco. Enter Johnny Sutton, fresh out of jail and a descendant from a long line of big-time thieves, including his father who was gunned down during a job some years back. Playing as Johnny, and together with his Uncle Sal and reunited crew, players are set pull off dozens of heists that will inevitably make a name for him as the greatest bank robber of all time.
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