GameStop Offers Exclusive JG Jones "Wanted" Covers

Tue, March 10th, 2009 at 11:39am PDT

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Brian LeTendre, Contributing Writer

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Limited edition "Wanted" #1 covers available through GameStop

Fans of the “Wanted” franchise can now obtain a limited edition “Wanted” collectible exclusively via GameStop. Pre-order “Wanted: Weapons of Fate,” the third-person action videogame based on Universal Pictures' adrenaline-charged thriller “Wanted,” due for release on March 24, 2009 for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION3 Computer Entertainment System and PC from any GameStop retail outlet and receive one of three exclusive limited edition cover variants of “Wanted” #1 bundled with your order.

These special edition comics, each packaged in a "Blind" black polybag, include original cover art from superstar comics artist JG Jones with a select number personally signed by JG Jones himself.

Published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in partnership with Universal Digital Platforms Group and developed by GRIN, “Wanted: Weapons of Fate” is an intense, action-thriller that picks up the action where the film left off, allowing players to continue the story of hero Wesley Gibson to create an entirely new chapter of the “Wanted” mythology in which they will explore both Wesley's journey to becoming an unmatched überassassin and the epic fiction of "The Fraternity."

Featuring iconic film moves such as Bullet Curving, Brutal Melee and Assassin Time, as well as ground-breaking Advanced Cover Gameplay, Wanted: Weapons of Fate promises to be one of the most innovative, explosive games of the year!

For more information on the video game and the film, please visit www.wantedvideogame.com. For information about pre-ordering online, or to find the retail outlet closest to you, head over to www.gamestop.com.

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