Guillermo Del Toro’s stab at videogames seemingly ended when THQ’s financial woes prompted them to cancel his Insane trilogy, but the acclaimed director has found a new developer who “loves the package.”
sigh.....I was looking forward to playing it next year. But I suppose 2 years of silence should have meant that it was all but dead
this will be a next gen game
I agree,because it makes no sense to keep it as current gen.
This is good news I was really disappointed when it got cancelled.
I wonder who this developer or publisher is going to be? It is either Activision or EA one of those i would figure or a slight possibility of one of the Big 3 thus making it exclusive to said system. Sony & Microsoft are good platforms for a game like this, the dark horse is Nintendo but seeing as they are trying really hard to gain 3rd party support it could happen.
Im guessing Ubisoft bought it.
It would be a good idea for him to position it as a launch title for next gen consoles.
OK folks heres the deal: They Hyped this game up at E3 two years ago and they didn't even have any game footage! Now they are once again hyping this game up as a "TRILOGY"! Now the last time something like this happened where a game was proposed by some "Big Time Writer/Director/producer or whatever and hyped up as a Trilogy before any game footage was ever seen we got "Advent Rising"! Remember that cause I sure the heck do! Now love or hate Advent Rising it sold like a handful of copies (130K), the Dev studio and publishing company all went out of business and the game was a COMPLETE FAILURE! Lets just wait for some good ole fashion gameplay footage from ONE game before the Hype train starts rolling and sequels are planned and announced!
Ubisoft probably bought it.
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