|Release date:||4 March 2005|
Eidos' action FPS blasts onto PS2 complete with guns, gadgets and frenzied online play.
Become a genetically enhanced super-soldier in this slick first person action shooter from Eidos and Crystal Dynamics.
Employ futuristic weapons and high-tech gadgetry as you attempt to destroy the militia's secret weapon in Project: Snowblind's varied 11 single player missions, or join in the intense action online with a variety of modes for up to 16 players.
Set in the not-too-distant future, Project: Snowblind enlists you as 2nd Lieutenant Nathan Frost, who goes from low-ranking nobody to elite super-soldier after he volunteers himself for an 'upgrade' with the international army known as the Liberty Coalition.
Nathan's high risk missions range from infiltration (the term 'Snowblind' refers to a complete shutdown of electrical and bio-mechanical systems after an EMP blast or similar electrical disturbance) to full blown combat scenarios. Along the way, he can enhance his extraordinary abilities further still using a variety of bio-mods.
Unique futuristic weapons and secondary items, such as the 'Kicker' physics gun and the Riot Wall, add unprecedented depth to Project: Snowblind, particularly in the multiplayer arena.
Up to 16 players can take part in all new modes (as well as perennial favourites like Deathmatch and Capture the Flag) across 16 of the game's maps, including a delapidated Opera House, a dense jungle and a converted Buddhist Temple.
- Features a unique array of futuristic weapons and high tech gadgets
- Upgrade and augment your abilities using bio-mods
- Play new modes (including some designed exclusively for PS2) online with up to 16 players