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Ships Ahoy - Total Overdose

Eidos' Total Overdose A Gunslinger's Tale in Mexico Rolls into a North American Town Near You (thanks Frans) is the press release announcing that Total Overdose has shipped, and that Deadline's new action game is now available in North America. Here's an excerpt:

Total Overdose puts you in the shoes of Ram Cruz and his twin brother Tommy as they infiltrate the shady drug world of Mexico, as undercover DEA agents, to uncover the truth behind their father's supposed "overdose." This third person shooter arms players with tons of weapons, drivable vehicles, and hysterical one-liners. Players get the freedom to create their own action sequences with Loco Moves such as the "Mariachi Move" and the "Toro Move." Players can experiment using Loco Moves in sequences to create personalized Combo Moves that take out enemies by the dozen. To further their success, players have an optional Rewind feature that allows their character to try a new sequence of moves for more successful results.

In addition to action-packed gameplay, Total Overdose packs an adrenaline pumping soundtrack, featuring some of today's greatest Latin hip-hop artists such as Delinquent Habits, Molotov, and Control Machete, all adding their musical talents to the art style and frenzy that is Total Overdose.

Total Overdose: A Gunslinger's Tale in Mexico, accompanied with the "First Look" bonus disc of Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend for the console versions, is available in stores as of September 28th, 2005 in North America for the PlayStation®2, Xbox®, and PC, retailing for $49.99.

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2. Cool but... Sep 29, 2005, 15:16 Spectre-7
Why do the developers think a bad-ass mexican should look like Elija Wood? The resemblance is kind of eery.

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