Based on the second game in the series, a French woman named Manon Batiste (based on Helene Deschamps Adams) joins the French Resistance and is soon recruited to the OSS to take on covert missions in occupied Europe and Africa.
In 1946, World War 2 continues across Europe. The Nazis turn the tide of the battle with Deathshead, the most technologically advanced war machine, causing the fall of Allies, and the fall of hope for humanity. In 1960, the war has ended, and the Nazis rule with an iron fist, bringing even the most powerful nations down to their knees. But, they didn't count on one thing... Captain B.J. Blazkowicz, the American War Hero. After emerging from the darkness into this new world, he must embark on an impossible mission to bring down the Nazi regime and rewrite history.
A remake of the 1994 first-person shooter originally developed by LucasArts, Dark Forces tells the story of Kyle Katarn, a former Imperial turned mercenary, who is sent by the Rebel Alliance to uncover the secrets of the Empire's latest weapon, the Dark Trooper, before it can be used in full force against the Rebellion. This new re-imagining of Dark Forces is written by William C. Dietz, author of the Dark Forces book trilogy based on the original Dark Forces and Jedi Knight games, and also tells the story of Kyle's decision to leave the Empire and fight for the Rebels.
In the 1960s, U.N.I.T.Y, a spy organization in England, suspects a traitor within the organization after over half of their agents are killed within a week around the world. They sent out Cate Archer, an ex-cat burglar and the organization's first female spy operative, and Bruno Lawrie, Cate's mentor. They soon learn that all links lead to a terrorist organization known as H.A.R.M and Dimitrij Volkov, H.A.R.M's second only to the mysterious Director.
A special forces team is called in to contain a supernatural phenomenon. Led by Point Man, a member with superhuman reflexes, they must uncover the secrets of the menace in the form of a little girl.
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