Crackdown 2 demo now harder than it was yesterday - destructoid

Crackdown 2 demo now harder than it was yesterday

12:00 PM on 07.02.2010

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)


By now, you should have already downloaded the Crackdown 2 demo if you have an Xbox 360. Agents, we need all of the help we can out there on the field. Agility orbs need to get collected, freaks need to get shot, zones need be secured.

Now, we need your help more than ever: Ruffian has unlocked higher difficulty levels in the demo. Earlier this week, it unlocked "Ruthless," which -- as the name implied -- made the game's enemies, uh, ruthless. Today, in an effort to make you smash your controller to bits over the weekend, the developer has unlocked "Sadistic."

"We never believed anyone played Crackdown properly unless they were playing on Pyschotic," the developer wrote of the highest difficulty in the original. "We're going one more this time and there will be massive respect due to anyone that completes Crackdown 2 on Sadistic."

Right now we're a bit busy using the game to unlock an Agent for the Xbox LIVE Arcade port of Perfect Dark, but our full Crackdown 2 review will be live this coming Monday.




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