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Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut escapes development September 24

Thomas Schulenberg, @T_Schulenberg
September 21, 2013
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Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut will brave the dark on the Vita and PS3 on September 24, the PlayStation Blog announced on Friday. The Director's Cut will include "20 new items, new endings, and new game locations," as well as a tweaked lighting system and support for touch on the Vita. It will also be Cross Buy and Cross Save compatible, meaning you can scare yourself silly wherever you'd like.

Lone Survivor follows a masked protagonist's attempt at escaping a disease-ridden city. The game supports different styles of play, allowing for reserved sneaking or the guns-blazing approach, assuming enough bullets can be found for it. Proper character management plays a role as well - the right amount of rest and food can be supplemented with drugs, but fudging up any one element too severely risks the character's well-being, including his mental health.

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