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Friday, January 16, 2004  


Confidential.
12:00 AM EST | Brad Custer


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Last week at MWSF Feral Interactive announced they would port XIII to the Mac with the help of Zonic.

In XIII the President of the United States of America has been assassinated.

You wake up on a desolate strip of New England beach. The near-fatal impact of a bullet has left your head pounding, and your memory erased. What's more, the number "XIII" has been mysteriously tattooed on your chest, while your pocket holds a key to a New York City bank box. Head swimming in amnesia, you struggle to your feet only to encounter more assailants intent on finishing the job. To your shock, you handle the hitmen with the killing skills of a professional - before heading to the bank in search of any shred of information about your lost identity and your involvement in the President's murder.

What lies ahead is a deadly quest not only into your shadowy past, but America's darkest corridors of power.

Your number is up. ;)

MWSF was full of game announcements and news. Of course this means my email is overflowing with requests for desktops dedicated to some of the new games coming out. I'm really excited that XIII will be available on our platform thanks to Feral Interactive and Zonic. In this week's feature I wanted to create a wallpaper in the style of the official ones offered via the XIII web site. So, with the help of internet and my trusty cable modem, I was able to create this desktop. I simply entitled it, "Fatal", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

Everyone be sure to keep those requests coming in.

Until then...

Feral Interactive
Zonic
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