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Cam977  +   1130d ago
This could possibly mean that Acti has lost the licence (despite having it up to 2014); maybe they prematurely cut it due to poor releases. If this is the case then I'm thrilled, this will mean that Sony/MGM have to find a new developer which could mark the end of sub-par 007 games!
I hope they've lost the licence.

Moreover, I read this very article on CVG and their writers emailed Acti and are awaiting a formal response on the situation.
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Adexus  +   1130d ago
People may disagree with me but I actually hope it goes back to EA, Everything or Nothing was so awesome.
Monolith  +   1130d ago
Or better yet. Give it to Sony Santa Monica studios
SnakeCQC  +   1130d ago
the movies are awesome but the games have always sucked
iamnsuperman  +   1130d ago
Everything or Nothing was a fantastic game. They just need to stay away from the films.
SnakeCQC  +   1130d ago
oh yh i loved the motorbike section
Pozzle  +   1129d ago
*gasp* Even Goldeneye 64?
NYC_Gamer  +   1130d ago
Golden Eye 64 was the only Bond game that enjoyed
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porkChop  +   1130d ago
Good. I hope Activision either lost the license or dropped it. Their 007 games are crap, and they sell like crap as a result. I want a good, proper 007 game for once. Fuck, just imagine a good 007 RPG. That sounds really weird at first, but just take a look at Alpha Protocol. That game was flawed, yes, but it had so much potential and it was a great game if you could see past its flaws.

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