Monday, October 23, 2006

Microsoft Corp.'s Halo 2

There's a long history of imaginative weapons in videogames, from the deadly energy sword players can wield in Microsoft Corp.'s Halo 2 to the turtle shells they fling like projectiles in Nintendo Co.'s Mario Kart series. But a stool-softener gun?
That's one of the unlikely weapons in a new computer game called Re-Mission, in which players control a miniature "nanobot" named Roxxi that's injected into a human body and blasts cancer cells to smithereens.

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