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Neonridr  +   673d ago
oh man, me and my buddy played Timesplitters 2 and Future Perfect on the Gamecube. I used to love the coop from those games back in the day.

I would love to see an HD collection on the Wii U. I would buy it for sure.
tehpees3  +   673d ago
lol I was going to say = But nobody was publishing Timesplitters. Perhaps Nintendo would be so kind as to step in like with Bayonetta 2.
CalvinKlein  +   673d ago
well if they are only gonna do it only if there are a certain amount of signatures than im sure it will be some cheap cash in and not worth the name timesplitters. We need someone who actually cares about making a good game first before thinking about the money if the game is gonna be good for a timesplitters game
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Myst  +   673d ago
A lot of companies now seem to do it based on enough signatures to a petition, or likes on Facebook there are some that will even do Retweets on Twitter. Honestly I know it's to generate buzz and interest or at least figure out where it all is. Yet most of the time there will be a lot of interest in it and they will just ask for likes or more signs to see if they can get more people on board. Sometimes I wish they would just go ahead and do it.
blackbirdi  +   673d ago
i'm sick of all this HD stuff i want to play new games !!
OneAboveAll  +   673d ago
Then go play them. No one is stopping you hur dur.
Dovahkiin  +   673d ago
Not many new games are up to the standard of TimeSplitters, though.

Your input was unneeded.
blackbirdi  +   672d ago
why i have to bought the game twice !!! i think they can make them run on higher resolution using an emulator and that's not that hard for them !! and honestly i have all ready have the first ps3 model so i can play my old stuff on it ! no need to buy a game twice that's my point
BitbyDeath  +   673d ago
Signed, kinda getting a bit late for this gen now though...
Enigma_2099  +   673d ago
Sorry, but I need more than "get me 300,000 signatures, and I'll ask them if they're interested." And if people are still talking about it now, why would they not think there's a demand for it?

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