Shank E3 screens show a fun looking platformer

By Joe Anderson, Friday, 18 June 2010 16:33 GMT

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EA has released some new screens for Klei Entertainment’s XBLA, PC and PSN title Shank.

Shank is a platform game in which you take control of the main character, grab some weapons and work your way through the levels, taking out as many enemies  as you can along the way.

It’s certainly got a very unique art style to it, though that’s certainly not bad thing.

Shank is set for released this summer on PC, Xbox Live Arcade and PSN, and you can view the trailer from last week through here.
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