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Submitted by handsomejoene 1894d ago | rumor

Will Shogo 2 be Monolith Productions' next project?

When you play F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, you will meet this character named Snakefist. Nothing special here, but if you notice his T-shirt you will see a Shogo 2 logo. Is this Monolith Productions' next project, or is it just an Easter Egg?

See the source for the T-shirt. (Dev, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Ghoul  +   1894d ago
That would be pure awesomeness. Most of you here are too young to know this underground perl. It was a awesome game and sleeper hit
mcgrawgamer  +   1894d ago
LOL
you beat me to it. I was about to say the same thing. I'll be picking up fear 2 after I get SF 4 and play that for the next several weeks.
PLASTICA-MAN  +   1894d ago
Young gamers
Yes! I was going to say the same thing. Most of gamers here don't know it. I enjoyed it alongside with Blood 2 and Claws!
Ghoul  +   1894d ago
Blood 2

WHAT A GAME

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