Namco has announced its first game for the Xbox 360. Frame City Killer is an action game that uses the Unreal Engine 3. Namco are the first Japanese developer to use Epic's game engine. Frame City Killer puts players in the role of an assassin who is sent to Frame City to kill a deadly terrorist who heads a drug cartel. As an assassin you must track targets and use numerous methods to execute the perfect hit.

"'Frame City Killer' is an excellent showcase of what Namco has planned for next-generation consoles," said Nobuhiro Kasahara, president and CEO of Namco Hometek, Inc. "The Xbox 360 provides an all around entertainment experience with remarkable audiovisuals and groundbreaking gameplay immersion, allowing Namco to successfully deliver innovation and fun to consumers."

"Namco has developed some of the greatest franchises in the history of the video game industry and we are extremely excited that they have licensed Unreal Engine 3," said Tim Sweeney, Chairman and Founder of Epic Games Inc. "We know that gamers everywhere will be just as excited to see what they are building with our technology."

Frame City Killer is set for a release late this year in North America and Europe.