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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 814d ago | opinion piece

It's About Time: The Interminable Wait For TimeSplitters 4

GamesAbyss writes:

"As an industry, gaming is unavoidably fraught with unexpected delays, cancellations and general unexplained stop-gaps in anticipated titles' development. At one time or another, anxious gamers have followed the development of either a single game, or a series, that may have had its share of issues. Sometimes the problems are obvious, or at least easily explainable, with budget restraints usually being the ultimate cause. Such examples however, are merely pedestrian cases." (Culture, Timesplitters 4)

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