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SCEE Cambridge reveals first details of 24: The Game

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced an exclusive licensing deal with Twentieth Century Fox to bring 24: The Game to PS2.

It's being developed by SCEE's Cambridge Studio in co-operation with writers, producers, directors and stars from the hit show. Kiefer Sutherland (Jack Bauer) will lend his voice and likeness to the game, along with the Elisha Cuthbert (Kim Bauer) and Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida).

The game's storyline is set between the end of season two and the start of season three and promises to answer questions left open by the TV series. There are more than 100 missions to complete and gameplay is a mix of shooting, stealth, puzzle-solving and driving sections.

Sony is keen to emphasise the game's high production values, with a script penned by 24 writer Duppy Demetrius and music by the show's composer, Sean Callery. The series' creator and cinematographer will also collaborate with Cambridge Studio on the game's cutscenes.

24: The Game is due for an exclusive PS2 release this autumn.

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