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Frame City Killer gets publisher

EA picks up Namco 360 title.

Electronic Arts has announced plans to publish Frame City Killer, Namco's first Xbox 360 title, in European territories.

FCK is an action adventure set in a futuristic East Asian city. You play as an assassin, Crow, who's been tasked with tracking down and eliminating a bloke called Khan, who's into terrorism and drug dealing. And probably videogame piracy too, we'd wager.

It's the first game by a Japanese developer to use the Unreal Engine 3, according to EA, and we're promised "the most realistic visuals and physics in an interactive environment, including bombs shattering windows and bullets destroying cars."

Frame City Killer is due out in Europe this Christmas.

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