IGN - What's in Summer of Arcade this year? We don't know, but we have some strong suspicions.
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Love Summer of Arcade, just love it! State of Decay will be the game I will get and sink hours into. I heard that the game will have 4 player co-op, I hope so, been seriously wanting a L4D type of experience.
I thought class4 was the MP and class 3 (state of decay) was only the since glen player version of course I'm going on info from last year might have changed since then.
Can't wait to play state of Decay looks good.
State Of Decay is looking epic! That game is supposed to be the precursor to Class4, which is the MMORPG that is most likely going to launch with the next Xbox. Was originally supposed to be the Xbox 360's first MMORPG.
@IGN editors in video (doubt they'll see this, but worth a try) Some of your statements are incorrect: -Alan Wake's American Nightmare did not release during Summer of Arcade -There's quite a few older Summer of Arcade titles that have made it over to PSN later on, not just to PC.
they never said all SOA games were exclusive. And they never said alan wake was a SOA release. What they said was a lot of SOA games never release on psn and that the games that do go mp like alan wake hit pc. Anyway super time force, state of decay,Ascend New Gods seem the best. The crimson dragon game might be good for kinect. Duck tales and D&D could be part of SOA too
From video: "That tends to be the thing, right? Like with SOA it's exclusive stuff that you'll never play on a Playstation, and you'll rarely play on a PC."
and state of decay, ascends, crimson, and super time are exclusive. Thats all but 1 of their list. Which would mean it tends to be MS exclusive which is what they said
I'm not contending that those games are exclusive, just the false notion that XBLA titles that have/have had a reserved spot in SOA never go over to PSN like they stated.
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