The Last Job [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

The Last Job [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

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    The Last Job was developed by Acclaim Studios Cheltenham and cancelled by Acclaim due to bankruptcy, this was to let players take control of a team of criminals who must get in, get out and get away with a series of intricate, action-packed heists where the stakes are high and mistakes can mean the difference between the penthouse or prison. Players would take control of a crew of four talented criminals each with their own unique skill. Motivated by revenge, the crew is out for one thing: to steal huge amounts of money. But their jobs are not the run-of-the-mill stick-ups. Along the way they’ll confront security guards, police, S.W.A.T. teams and gangsters in a series of explosive scenarios; from ripping off warehouses to robbing yachts, to raiding race track sorting rooms to clearing out exhibitions.

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