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Submitted by mathsman 324d ago | preview

Electronic Theatre Preview: Deadfall Adventures – Science, Magic and Gunfire, All in a Day’s Work

I, James Lee Quartermain, am here to tell you a tale. As a noted adventurer, I’m often called upon to take on tasks not necessarily fit for your average scientist. Today is no different, as a professor and his associate journey with a less than trustworthy guide to seem out my assistance. They come with a gift – the notebook of my great grandfather, Allan Quatermain – but that’s not all. They also come with a sack full of money, which is more up my street. (Deadfall Adventures, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

xxxGEOxxx  +   324d ago
Does anyone know if this is confirmed for the PS3, as all other articles I've read seem to indicate PC and 360 only.

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