Frame City Killer US delay

Polishing its guns.

Frame City Killer, Namco's second Xbox 360 title, has been pushed back to the second half of 2006 in North America following its recent slide to spring in Japan.

The Unreal Engine 3.0-based game sees players tracking down a Very Nasty Man in a big city trying to perform all sorts of "perfect hits".

Namco in Japan recently confirmed that the game would miss its February target due to "quality assurance issues," but Namco in the States was a bit more update, speaking to 1up:

"Thanks for your interest in FCK," a spokesperson said (hopefully not phonetically). "The game is slated to come out in the second half of 2006 (likely summer). No reason for the delay - just polishing the game so our second Xbox 360 title looks great!"

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