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Publisher: Midway
Developer: Terminal Reality
ESRB: Rating Pending
Ship date: Summer 06

SpyHunter:® Nowhere to Run™ takes the Spy Hunter franchise where it's never gone before–on foot. Featuring action superstar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as government super-spy extraordinaire Alex Decker, players for the first time ever can step out of the Interceptor and straight into 3rd person action, utilizing The Rock's physical prowess to take down enemies with intense melee combat moves. In Nowhere to Run, the evil NOSTRA organization returns, this time with a plan to steal the latest government technology including the world's most sophisticated spy vehicle, the Interceptor, and it's up to Alex to stop them.

Features:

STEP OUT OF THE INTERCEPTOR
Equipped with an arsenal of firearms, the latest special ops tools and brute strength players will be able to go beyond the wheel of the Interceptor to face opponents up close and personal for the first time in franchise history.

CELEBRITY TALENT
SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run features action superstar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the role of Alex Decker (Doom, The Rundown, Walking Tall, Scorpion King), the man behind the wheel of the Interceptor!

MELEE COMBAT
Take advantage of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's physical prowess, by using melee combat moves such as the body slam, head butt, spinning back fist, and more to overcome enemies.

INTENSE ACTION
SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run takes the franchise to a whole new level featuring more exotic locations, a cinematic experience for players, and all new mission-based, high-speed chases that the SpyHunter franchise is famous for.

THE INTERCEPTOR
The most advanced tactical spy vehicle ever created, the Interceptor is the ultimate assault vehicle. It will instantly transform into an armored speedboat if a pursuit takes players off land and into waterways, and can also convert into a motorcycle in tight situations.

HOLLYWOOD ACTION MOMENTS
Cinematic and scripted events help drive the story and the objectives of the game without pulling players out of the action, heightening their gameplay experience.

TIME TESTED FRANCHISE
Nowhere to Run's story-driven gameplay will hold true to its beloved roots by featuring classic driving levels that the SpyHunter franchise is known for.

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