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Shank music now online, alternate costumes revealed


3:30 AM on 08.19.2010
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A couple of weeks ago, Klei Entertainment offered up the complete soundtrack for their upcoming game Shank provided they could get 1,500 people to like their Facebook page. While the goal was almost instantly met, the reward is still incoming. Six of the soundtrack's thirteen songs have been posted to Klei's website with a promise that the rest will trickle out in the coming days.

To accompany the music, Klei revealed that Shank will have unlockable costumes such as the two pictured above. The one in the yellow jumpsuit is appropriately named "Yellow Jumpsuit Shank" but no details have been revealed regarding the masked man to the right. Klei will be revealing more costumes as well as info on how to unlock them through their Twitter account as we run headlong towards its inevitable release on PS3 August 24th and Xbox 360 on August 25th.

Any guesses as to what forms those silhouettes might be obscuring?

Costume Unlocks and More Music! [Official Shank Blog]






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