OPM caught up with one of Diablo 3′s producers at PAX recently, who suggested Starcraft: Ghost, one of the most delayed games of all time, may yet get released.
I don't know much about this, but more games are always welcome.
Starcraft ghost was a game by blizzard that was supposed to be released on ps2, xbox, and gamecube. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
Yes, it was under development externally by two studios with Blizzaed buying and absorbing the second. At Blizzcon two years ago Blizzard posted a massive list onscreen of all the known and quite a few unknown games that had started development at Blizzard and then been cancelled. When asked why Ghost wasn't on the list Blizzard stated the game had never been cancelled.
The original game was supposed to be made by Nhlistic (yeah that dev team) but Blizzard saw how badly it was going & 'fired' them. Blizzard contracted another dev team to finish the game but it was such a train wreck that the game was put on permanent hold.
Maybe that was a good thing. Now hopefully they had time to refocus what they want the game to be and can launch it on the PS4 at some poiint. Maybe Diablo 3 is the testing ground for future blizzard titles to be released on consoles....I'm hoping.
Well we can see why they fired them.....
"OPM: Is Starcraft: Ghost still an active project for Blizzard? Burger: It’s on hold. It has never been cancelled. OPM: So it might still get released? Burger: Maybe." Save yourself a click lol
I would cream.
This is the trailer they released for the game back then. http://www.youtube.com/watc... Starcraft: Ghost could be amazing with current technology. I would probably get a PC version though.
This really doesn't seem like a confirmation of anything, the title is pretty misleading imo.
Starcraft Forever anyone?
So is it going to be "PS3-only" because of some deal Sony managed to work out? this probably should have been a rumor rather than an interview, even if it was.
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