Crey data disc
Crey data disc
You've kept this data disc containing Crey's mind control programs. It may seem like a dangerous souvenir to some, but to you it's insurance in case you once again have to do battle with Crey's:
It seemed strange when the Freakshow struck a Crey office and Crey security had no response. But it was even stranger when you learned that the Freaks were after a simple accountant, Kimberly Kellerman.
Seeking information, you took the fight to the Freakshow. You defeated Saiba the Damaga and learned that the Freaks had been hired to kill Mrs. Kellerman.
The Freaks still hadn't been paid in full, so they had a meeting with their employer. You crashed this meeting, and found yourself in battle against Crey's security forces. They claimed they were also investigating the Freaks' attack, but you found a note that indicated otherwise.
You were then contacted by Tracy Templeton, Kimberly's sister. She told you that Mrs. Kellerman had gone missing shortly after going to visit her husband at the Crey lab where he worked. When you went to speak with him, you learned that he couldn't remember his wife. You described Kimberly, and he told you that such a woman had been taken away by Crey security.
Before you could continue the search for Kimberly, her sister Tracy was kidnapped. You rescued her just before Crey security disposed of her as a complication.
When you rescued Tracy, Ken Kellerman recovered his memory. Fearing Crey security, he went into hiding and contracted you for help. When you arrived at his hiding place, Ken had already been taken away, but he left you a map to his new location.
You liberated both Ken and Kimberly Kellerman despite heavy resistance, and they told you of a Crey Mind Control Center under the direction of Dr. Amadeo Giacomo.
You captured the evil Dr. Giacomo along with Crey's mind control technology. Unfortunately, Dr. Giacomo's own memory was erased by his internal mental failsafe. Crey Industries thanked you for rooting out the corruption in their corporate structure. But you were left wondering just how much of it was really corruption? And how much was business as usual?