Warner Bros has announced that it plans to bring a Spy Hunter reboot to the Nintendo 3DS along with the PlayStation Vita. The new game is described as being a more thrilling and dangerous version. Players will play as Agent, who drives the G-6155 Interceptor supercar which is equipped with advanced weaponry, will go up against a global terrorist organization set on world domination. Spy Hunter will be out this Fall.
“Spy Hunter’s classic gameplay has been upgraded to give PlayStation Vita and 3DS players a new, adrenaline-charged experience.”
“Gamers now have more choice in the transformation and customization with greater hand controls, brilliant graphics and enhanced action cameras.”– Samantha Ryan, SVP of production and development at Warner Bros
This looks like a promising game; the trailer kind of reminds me of 007:Nightfire on the Gamecube…
Oh… HELL YEAH!!!!!
I’ve always wondered who performed that song XD
The Blues Brothers’ band have done a good job in their rendition by the late Henry Mancini… “Peter Gunn” theme.
Wait, did anyone get only a green screen? I can hear the sound, but I can’t see anything at all.
so…this is a racing game?
I’ll be getting both 3DS and Vita versions.
First time in my life I’ve heard of that series, but it looks great. I’m definitely buying it when I get a 3DS! XD
your mos def like 8……spy hunter was huge with the arcade days
In Honduras there were very few arcades :S
That looks really cool. Always loved the spy hunter games. Leave luck to heaven.
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He probably is from what you say but there is a rtomee chance that if he really is working 7 days a week he is too tired to do anything but work including touching you, or more, in bed. The problem with the spy gadgets is that they would do no good if you don’t have them in the right places. You can go to a spy store and perhaps get something to trace where his car goes and that may give you a clue or drive by where he works and see if his car is there or not. You might even see how far it is to where he works, drive that yourself and watch the odometer, and then check the odometer to see if he has driven any further than that.