“Crookz” is a videogame, apparently, here’s a live-action trailer

Crookz

By on August 7, 2014 at 12:40 pm

Kalypso media has announced its upcoming Crookz, a heist strategy game set in the 1970s.

According to the report at Blue’s News, the game will have “a slick and groovy atmosphere,” a “diverse and thrilling single player campaign,” and “20 missions set in a colorful and stylish 70’s setting.”

The announcement also makes mention of gang customisation, tools like camera jammers, chloroform, or explosive charges, and some sort of challenge mode, I don’t know.

Look at this live-action trailer featuring a cameo from Ron Jeremy, for some reason.

Source: Blue’s News

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Man, Ron Jeremy has a part in everything these days…

 

I didn’t care much for the teaser but the game itself sounds pretty interesting and has my attention.
Will look forward to a proper gameplay trailer for sure. :)

 

I think I remember Ron from a movie called…

“The A-Team”

 
Nasty Wet Smear

“a slick and groovy atmosphere,”

… Annndddd, what’s that then?

 

So a Funky Squad meet Monaco?

 
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