GamerZines writes: "Ignition Entertainment have today announced that the PlayStation 3 version of Zombie Studios' Blacklight: Tango Down, due to be released on PlayStation Network next week, is due to include exclusive content."
Sadly no one will buy the game this year. 2 late.
Yep, too late. If they would have released it alongside the 360/PC version it probably would have sold better--but 4 months later? No thanks.
Did anyone enjoy this game? I couldn't get past the crappy graphics and wall vision.
It's a shame that this game will tank on the PS3. Between it being late and releasing so incredibly close to COD: Black Ops, there's basically no hope for its success. I was really looking forward to the game also, but now I'm doubting whether I'll buy it since it doesn't look like the community/players will be there. Not to mention it's coming out right ahead of Black Ops, which is basically going to be the SAME THING, except MUCH, much better and feature-packed.
Too bad it's a tad late, the game isn't very worth the $15 anyway.
i may have cared 2 months ago
wow, can't believe how much negativity is surrounding this game. So you don't think its worth your time, that's cool, but why the need to criticize an obviously indie developer's effort? Give the studio some respect as they are competing up against AAA games, and for a QUARTER of the cost. I have seen enough to know that its a MP experience worth a measly 15 dollars.
because they chose the easy check route by going xbox exclusive at a time when there was not much out to compete with it, now they are fighting with Medal of Honor/new Red Dead Redemption/Black Ops...they might as well not even release it. Totally fix what broken mess they intended on releasing late to the ps3 crowd (which was the code sentence for timed excusivity), add a single player element and release it next year under a different name. anyone who buys this game is going to be pissed off as they are never going to be able to find anyone to play against. it will be just like Aliens vs Predator multiplayer.
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