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Submitted by wohoo 2103d ago | news

Matt Hazard may not be done yet

TVGB: "So maybe Matt Hazard's first outing wasn't as good as we hoped but we're all for second chances here. D3 isn't ready to let its satirical action hero go and is probably creating a second game in the Matt Hazard universe. Last week D3 filed for the trademark of Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond. We're pretty sure it is a game because it's filed under the software and electronic games category. The jury is still out on whether this game will be a full scale retail title or purely downloadable." (Eat Lead: The Return Of Matt Hazard, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Jeff Goldblum  +   2103d ago
Did you say..
"Matt Hazard universe" ??

This guy has his own universe?

MUST BE WHY I'VE NEVER HEARD OF HIM.

/thread
callahan09  +   2103d ago
I think Matt Hazard was pretty good. Somewhat unfairly harshly criticized, as is the case with many new IP's this generation.

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