Bizarre Creations has shed a little more light on the three modes in upcoming shooter The Club.

The first of these is Run the Gauntlet, where you will have to sprint through a level in an effort to reach the exit in the allocated time limit. But you will also be trying to hit a designated score by stylishly shooting enemies in the face and linking together combinations.

This is followed by the group offering for you and your friends called Team Skull Shot. The idea here is to shoot skull targets guarded by the other team. So the blue team will guard blue skulls and try to shoot red skulls, and so on and so forth.

Or there is a bit more of a deathmatch feel to the multiplayer mode Score Match, which simply sets a score target and crowns the first person to achieve it as the winner. Mowing down other players and keeping your combos going is the best way to go about this.

The Club is based around a secret organisation funded by rich people that pays renegade fighters to go at each other with guns for gambling amusement. Everything is over the top here, from purposely stereotyped characters to the idea that killing is not the real aim but bumping up your score is - pulling off combinations of impossible moves like ricochet kills to get the points flying in.

It was originally expected to be out before the end of the year on PC, PS3 and 360, but recently slipped into unspecified territory in early 2008.

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