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gcg092 - Developed by Capcom Production Studio 4, Grasshopper Manufacture Inc.and Published by Capcom Entertainment, Inc., "Killer7" was released for the Nintendo GameCube System (GCN) on July 7, 2005. Killer 7 for the Nintendo GameCube gives players the chance to take on the role of a trained assassin in a futuristic, alternate version of Earth. "Killer7" is the name of this game because you get to play as each of the seven distinct split personalities of main character Harman Smith. Players must explore this world, solve puzzles, and ultimately carry out a hit on mob boss Kun Lan by strategically harnessing the power of these killer personalities.Each personality in "Killer7" has at least one unique skill that can be used when needed. Some personalities are more powerful than others. It is up to the player to decide which one is best for the job at hand, giving you many opportunities to create your own strategy that makes the most of Harman Smith's killer characters."Killer7," which had an original release date in 2005, gives GameCube players a glimpse into the intriguing world of film noir with mostly black-and-white graphics and minimal use of color that emphasizes the action. You'll enjoy mastering the action adventure and shooter elements of this single-player game. With its on-rails distinction, players move around the screen as the game follows a set path. When you arrive at an intersection, you can choose which way to go. As the action moves along, you'll uncover a conspiracy that involves Japan's role in the politics of the United States.The innovative visual style from creator Goichi Suda adds to the enjoyment of this video game. Expect to become absorbed in the evocative, moody story that the artistic design of this game helps create. Winning this game is not just about shooting up your enemies; problem-solving puzzles and unforgettable characters provide a complete gameplay experience. The soundtrack consists mostly of techno music that changes to a slower beat to match certain parts of the game and plot.GameCube players can enjoy hours of fun with "Killer7." The settings range from normal to hard, which gives players the opportunity to enjoy a more challenging version of gameplay once they get the hang of it. Beating the game on the hard version unlocks a hidden game mode called Killer8 that has only one difficulty setting to play: very hard. For players who like a challenge, this feature is for you.Player controls are easy to learn and become intuitive early in the game. Playing on the normal setting provides abundant hints and suggestions for the player. Auto Aim makes it simpler to hit your targets when you use this normal setting. If you want a more challenging gaming experience, you can start out playing on the hard version."Killer7" is rated M for Mature. The main character is assassin Harman Smith, so it should come as no surprise that the action of "Killer7" is graphic and bloody in nature. Players can shoot off various body parts of their enemies and even blow entire bodies to bits. Blood is used as a tool that can be collected, traded, and used throughout the story.The politically charged plot and intriguing story line of "Killer7" make for an engaging action-adventure experience. Pre-owned - Excellent condition, includes Case, Game, Instruction Manual and insert.

Product Details

  • UPC: 5055060950814, 0013388200139
  • Platform: Nintendo GameCube System (GCN)
  • Region: NTSC-U/C (US/CA)
  • ESRB Rating: "M" for Mature
  • Genre: Action / Adventure
  • Class: Licensed
  • Rarity Rating: "B-"
  • Game Format: DVD
  • Condition: Pre-owned excellent condition

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