Based on Steven Spielberg's blockbuster thriller, Minority Report is the only game that lets the player relive the movie experience by combining hand-to-hand combat with futuristic weapons and devices straight out of the movie. Players assume the role of the movie's hero, Precrime Officer John Anderton, in an all-new adventure as he attempts to prove his innocence while uncovering an insidious conspiracy. Players use a combination of hand-to-hand combat tactics and firepower as they journey through more than 40 levels of futuristic cinematic action/adventure. Innovative gameplay features and non-stop action create outstanding suspense and dynamic replayability. Features
Relive the Movie Experience - Take a thrill ride into an explosive third-person cinematic action/adventure gaming experience as all of the non-stop action of Steven Spielberg's "Minority Report" comes to the PlayStationr2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo GameCubeT and XboxT video game system from Microsoft. Players will progress through an immersive futuristic thriller storyline that unfolds through action-packed levels and environments realistically recreated from the movie, including Precrime Headquarters, Mall City, Anderton's apartment and more.
Cinematic Action/Adventure - Players will journey through more than 40 levels of the futuristic "Minority Report" world, battling human and robotic enemies with hand-to-hand combat moves and an explosive arsenal of weapons, including riot shotguns, concussion rifles and electro-pulse grenades. With a full range of cinematic action abilities and a hyper-realistic rigid-body physics system, players will be able to vault over barricades, throw enemies through plate glass windows and don Jet Packs to fly through environments and avoid pursuers.
Futuristic Devices Straight Out of the Movie -- Unique devices assist the player on their mission: PDAs- Cellular technology enables the player to receive crucial game info and hints. Jetpacks- Defy gravity and fly through environments. Sick Sticks- Electro-shock batons which cause involuntary vomiting to incapacitate enemies. Other devices realistically created from movie reference photos and models include Mag-lev Cars, Precrime Hoverships, "Minority Report" Lexus vehicle and Spyderbots, which seek out and "Eyedentiscan" criminals.