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Fahrenheit, TimeShift trailers

E3 trailers for Atari's new paranormal thriller and sci-fi FPS now available on Eurofiles.

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New movies for two of Atari's forthcoming PC and console titles are now available for download from Eurofiles.

First up there's Fahrenheit, an action-adventure game for PC and PS2 with a paranormal flavour. It's set in a near-future New York City and puts you in the role of a convicted killer, and you can read more details here. The movie offers five minutes of cinematic footage explaining the game's really rather spooky premise.

TimeShift, for PC and Xbox, is a sci-fi FPS that sees you playing as a retired US colonel. He's been charged with testing out new government-developed time-travelling equipment, the 'Quantum Suit' and 'Quantum Transporter', but when it all goes wonky there's no Ziggy or Al to help the poor bloke out. The trailer's only two minutes long this time, but there's plenty to see, and you can read more about the game here.

Fahrenheit is slated for a September release, while TimeShift is merely down for "autumn" at the moment - we'll let you know as soon as we hear more.

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