Coded Arms: Contagion
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|Coded Arms: Contagion|
|North American Release Date(s)|
September 18, 2007
|Australian Release Date(s)|
May 7, 2007
|Japanese Release Date(s)|
December 31, 2007
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Coded Arms: Contagion is an FPS for the PSP developed by Massachusetts-based Creat Studios and published by Konami. It is the sequel to Coded Arms, which cast the player as an elite hacker infiltrating A.I.D.A, a military data network and virtual reality simulation.
In CA:C, A.I.D.A. has been reclaimed by the military and converted into a VR training facility for their elite forces. The player takes on the role of Jacob Grant, a special ops commando who enters A.I.D.A. with his squad to test the retooled system. Within moments of his arrival within A.I.D.A., it's clear that something is terribly wrong. He is separated from his squad and finds himself battling the system's defenses alone.
To make matters worse, it appears as though someone or something has gained access to the system's data core and is mutating and corrupting the code, preventing Grant from jacking out of the system...