First look: Emergency 2: The Ultimate Fight for Life

Take-Two Interactive releases information on its emergency-services-inspired strategy sequel. First screens inside.

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Take-Two Interactive has today released information on Emergency 2: The Ultimate Fight for Life, a strategy game that challenges players to command emergency services at the scenes of various accidents.

The game is the sequel to Emergency: Fighters for Life , which was released in 1998. Emergency 2 features 25 scenarios for players to deal with, including traffic pileups, forest fires, burning oil tankers, and even nuclear power plant meltdowns. At the player's disposal will be a total of around 40 different units, each specializing in fire fighting, search and rescue, or police work.

Emergency 2: The Ultimate Fight for Life is scheduled for release in Europe next month. We've been unable to confirm a North American release at the time of writing. We'll bring you more information on the game as it becomes available.

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