Bringing It Home - Midway Releases All-New Playthrough Video for Wheelman
Company: Midway
Today Midway released an all-new playthrough video for Wheelman™, featuring action film megastar Vin Diesel barreling through Barcelona behind the wheel of a semi-truck full of Romanian goods. Smashing through obstacles and using vehicle melee to sideswipe through the streets, Diesel's character Milo Burik takes gamers on a cinematic thrill-ride.

In addition to the playthrough video, Midway also released all-new screenshots for Wheelman™, taken from moments in the "Bringing it Home" mission.

Featuring car chases inspired by Hollywood's most famous action-sequences, Wheelman will deliver powerful cinematic moments throughout the game's compelling storyline. Wheelman is scheduled to ship in February 2009 for the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, and for personal computers.

For the most up-to-date information, screens and trailers for Wheelman, log onto www.wheelmangame.com.

About Wheelman
Action film megastar Vin Diesel and his Tigon Studios are again blurring the lines between entertainment mediums, this time collaborating with Midway in the design and production of Wheelman to ensure an edge-of- your-seat gaming experience. Diesel's voice and likeness will appear as the game's main character, expert Wheelman Milo Burik.

Combining spectacular Hollywood-style stunts with a gripping storyline, Wheelman provides an adrenaline-fueled, cinematic thrill ride guaranteed to leave you breathless. Vin Diesel stars as an undercover agent and highly skilled driver who must infiltrate the Barcelona underworld to gather intelligence surrounding a covert heist. Posing as a driver-for-hire, he ends up caught in a crossfire of corruption and chaos while trying to stay one step ahead of local law enforcement and rival gangs.
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