Virgin Runs Like Hell

Lance Henriksen strikes again

It's not just Galleon that is finally drifting into view at Virgin Interactive's offices - another long overdue game from Interplay's Digital Mayhem studio is also on the way, in the form of Run Like Hell. Described as a "suspenseful sci-fi adventure" with lots of dark corners and things that go bump in them, the game features the vocal talents of the likes of Lance Henriksen (Bishop from Aliens, also set to appear in Red Faction 2), Clancy Brown (the drill sergeant from Starship Troopers), Cree Summer (Tandi in the Fallout games) and Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway from Star Trek: Voyager). The game was originally due out on PlayStation 2 last year but is now expected to hit shelves across Europe in October. While you're waiting for its belated appearance, we have a fresh batch of eye candy from the game to get you in the right mood. Related Feature - Run Like Hell screenshots

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