Breach's Real World Gadgets Exposed
Written Wednesday, January 19, 2011 By Richard WalkerView author's profile
Breach has more than destructible environments and the ability to shoot out individual bricks in a wall to create little mouse holes up its sleeve. It has a whole array of real life gadgets too, giving you the opportunity to play the game like a tooled-up James Bond-style spy. Except without the vodka martinis, women, fast cars and pithy one-liners.
Still, the ladies will fall at your feet when you show them the Sonic Imager, which you can use to see enemies through walls, or the IR Sniper Detector that comes in handy for weeding out campers elsewhere on the map by reflecting the light from scopes. Then there's the M2 SLAM charge, which delivers a high explosive blast to take out vehicles or enemies lurking behind walls or under the floors.
Add to that the self-explanatory Motion Sensor, the Sticky Bomb (also self-explanatory) and flexible Dragon Skin armour - credited with 392 lives saved in Iraq and Afghanistan - and you have all of the equipment you need to get stuck into some explosive military multiplayer when Breach launches on the Xbox Live Arcade on January 26th. Check out the gadgets trailer and five new screens here.