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Metallica had a video game we never knew about it

Damage, Inc. is a never-released vehicular combat game set in an apocalyptic wasteland—and inspired by Metallica. Named for the song off the band's Master of Puppets album, the game was to be released in 2006. It was being built for Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC before it was cancelled. A loss for Metallica fans and gamers alike, would you play Damage, Inc? More from AOL GamesMiyamoto spills
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