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MINORITY REPORT™FACT SHEET

Developer: Treyarch
Release Date: Fall 2002
Platform: PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system/Xbox video game system from Microsoft/ Nintendo GameCube
SRP: $49.99/$49.99/$49.99
ESRB rating: "T" (Teen - violence)

Product Summary
Based on Steven Spielberg's blockbuster thriller, Minority Report™ is the only game that lets the player relive the movie experience by combining hand-to-hand combat with futuristic weapons and devices straight out of the movie. Players assume the role of the movie's hero, Precrime Officer John Anderton, in an all-new adventure as he attempts to prove his innocence while uncovering an insidious conspiracy. Players use a combination of hand-to-hand combat tactics and firepower as they journey through more than 40 levels of futuristic cinematic action/adventure. Innovative gameplay features and non-stop action create outstanding suspense and dynamic replayability.

Features

  • Relive the Movie Experience - Take a thrill ride into an explosive third-person cinematic action/adventure gaming experience as all of the non-stop action of Steven Spielberg's "Minority Report" comes to the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo GameCube™ and Xbox™ video game system from Microsoft. Players will progress through an immersive futuristic thriller storyline that unfolds through action-packed levels and environments realistically recreated from the movie, including Precrime Headquarters, Mall City, Anderton's apartment and more.
  • Cinematic Action/Adventure - Players will journey through more than 40 levels of the futuristic "Minority Report" world, battling human and robotic enemies with hand-to-hand combat moves and an explosive arsenal of weapons, including riot shotguns, concussion rifles and electro-pulse grenades. With a full range of cinematic action abilities and a hyper-realistic rigid-body physics system, players will be able to vault over barricades, throw enemies through plate glass windows and don Jet Packs to fly through environments and avoid pursuers.
  • Futuristic Devices Straight Out of the Movie -- Unique devices assist the player on their mission: PDAs- Cellular technology enables the player to receive crucial game info and hints. Jetpacks- Defy gravity and fly through environments. Sick Sticks- Electro-shock batons which cause involuntary vomiting to incapacitate enemies. Other devices realistically created from movie reference photos and models include Mag-lev Cars, Precrime Hoverships, "Minority Report" Lexus vehicle and Spyderbots, which seek out and "Eyedentiscan" criminals.
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