A reader from the Team Xbox forums has picked up on a comment from an IGN employee who announced that the RPG "Two Worlds" has been delayed for one week(till August 28th)
They've blown their chances for the 360. Too bad, they had some potential. But now that we have Bioshock, not to mention about a month out for Halo 3; this game doesn't stand much of a chance to compete. I was looking forward to picking this title up, in early/mid August...when it was supposed to launch...to fill that summer void. I would be venture to guess I wasn't the only one. There's a lot of money lost here, by not making their original release dates, and falling into a competition they most likely cannot win. Unless this is one hellava game of course and just blows everyone away... Good luck with that....
So that's within a week? Blue Dragon 24 august, so this is coming right after. Don't know for sure, but we'll see what it does. Does anyone mind? Playing Bioshock soonish :P And Moto GP 07, then Halo 3 in september, PGR4 in Oktober, Mass Effect in Nov/Dec... jees gaming heaven
there you go again... you forgot ace combat in nov also!!
@TheMART - agreed.. gaming heaven. lol good games coming out this year. I'll still be getting this but not 'till Christmas. I'm buying BioShock tomorrow.. I don't and probably won't need another game 'till Christmas. Since BioShock will hold me for a long while nd' I'm still playin R6V online so its all goooood.
For Europe its 31st August I spoke to a friend in the USA and she told me they already have Two Worlds in stock but they have been recalled??? Apparently due to a hot coffee mod err doesnt sound like it since we would have read it somewhere... Anyways Its coming out 31st in Europe and thats a week after Bioshock and Blue Dragon. Tell me what GAMES CONSOLE has the best bundles that actually include top titles? Xbox 360 Look at the Premium bundles at GAME also the Core bundles and now the Elite bundles! Blue Dragon for only £10 when you buy an Elite! PS3 well for the SAME £425 you get 2 old games and an extra pad oh the joy *rolls eyes*.
This is not a delayed... they are simply organizing their games to give each a better chance of selling. You just can't have game releases over one another.
I was planning on picking this up used in May or so to get me through the summer gaming drought.
this game has been delayed sooooooooooooo many times, it's not even worth it anymore with Bioshock out now, too bad.
the devs tried to hype this game over Oblivion but according to European reviews they failed miserably.
hopefully the one week push back will help with business. With the reviews of Bioshock, they dont want to go against it, Better off competing against Stranglehold. Hopefully it works.
Now its going to have to get FANTASTIC reviews and feedback from gamers for me to get it - I'm talking an average above 90%. There's just too many great games coming in the next few months that are higher priority.
dont really care .. the pc version was really bad .. and the voices are one of the worse in the pc history .. but hey i brought the game back in may maybe is better now
This concerns me. Sometimes a company does not send a review copy out because they expect poor reviews and don't want it to hinder day one sales. Sometimes reviews have to buy the retail version in order to write a review - which means play time, writing and editing the article - so it might not come for a week or longer after the game releases... Meanwhile Bioshock sends out an incredible demo and already has tons of incredible reviews so no one who was remotely intereseted in the game has any doubts about picking it up day one.
thats what i am afraid of. the only time, a company, movies and game company, doesnt want an early review, is to stop word of mouth. So the game probably isnt as hot as it was talked about. yet they dont want to lose out on public moeny, releasing it the same week as Bioshock, after the reviews. Hopefully its good, I am predicting between 6.5-8 reviews. but i might be wrong, so so wrong.
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