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Ignition outs 'AAA' downloadable shooter

Retail-like production for PC, PSN, XBLA.

Ignition Entertainment is throwing a full-scale shooter at PC, PS3 and XBLA this summer.

It's called Blacklight: Tango Down and carries the hallmarks of a typical retail release - "cutting edge" Unreal Engine 3 graphics, "some of the most exciting multiplayer gameplay available" and "incredibly deep customisation" based on earning experience points.

Zombie Studios will develop and we hope improve on most recent effort SAW, which wasn't amazing.

Zombie had also been working on Rogue Warrior before Bethesda booted it off and brought in Aliens vs. Predator developer Rebellion.

Chequered past aside, Zombie Studios appears to have Blacklight: Tango Down up to scratch, judging by the first video on Eurogamer TV.

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