SystemLink: "CV repository Linkedin has thrown up some intriguing information regarding the potential platforms that the much desired Jade Empire 2 may appear on, as well erstwhile developer Luxoflux's plans for the True Crime series."
Hopefully BioWare will still one day release Jade Empire on PS3, love to see the franchise there!
Same. Would love to see a sequel at some point.
I heard jade empire the first one was one of the best RPG on the xbox back then it got 99.9 on ign and they even called even said Clear the way for the greatest RPG on Xbox. i hope they will release it the second one on the PS3
even i played it and beat it. i dont even like rpgs all that much. jade empire and ff7 are the only rpgs ive played long enough to beat
I want Jade Empire. Mass Effect and Dragon Age are lame to me.
Jade Empire was one of the most underrated games on the original Xbox. I loved that game. That was one of bioware's finest games. That's my favorite bioware game after ME series. @Blacktar187. It was a great game that deserved more recognition than it recieved.
it definatley was a great game.
would sell way better on the PS3
Ya like Dragon age and Mass effect right? lol
Dragon age sold marginally less on Ps3, mostly because people thought it would be like the first one - lower quality than the 360 counterpart. Mass effect sold less because it was out for a whole year on 360 and PC, so most people who wanted to play it got to play it. Actually, most of the time, shooters only sell more on 360 because the majority of the 360 install base are teenagers who mainly follow the mainstream.
Shooter huh? So no other types of games sell better on 360? Like Assassins Creed, GTA, Red Dead,Madden football, Dead Rising 2, Oblivion and the list goes on and on. So it's clear it isn't just shooters on the 360, also if by "Marginally" you mean hundreds of thousands of copies then I agree, but Mass Effect 2 sold and will continue to sell better on the 360. Simple reason is, if you haven't played the first one, the second one wouldn't interest you and if you cant import your game, why bother with the series? I started My Mass Effect journey in 2007 and I'll be importing that same character with all my choices, some major and some minor into ME3. IMHO, Bioware type of games are meant for the 360. They were all on the original Xbox and seem to flow better to that crowd. JRPG's seem to appeal more to the PS3 crowd. I hope it stays that way.
lochdoun News flash: No they don't, only a few games like COD do, the rest don't. So get your facts right please
What!?!? Its western made with mythical setting inspired by ancient China. It's not turn-based and not "anime" looking. Lets face it, JRPGss don't sell well on western consoles, and WRPGs don't sell well on Eastern consoles.
You're all so sad.
I would sooooo love a sequel to Jade Empire. I've played it at least 15 times and I still love it. Such great characters. My favorite videogame character name of all time is still Sir Roderick Ponce Von Fontlebottom the Magnificent Bastard, who was voiced by the legendary John Cleese. I really hope this happens. That would be the only thing I can think of I would want more than Skyrim.
What a tangled web these third party developers weave. It'd be cool to see Jade Empire on the PS3, though...
Ugh what is with people in these articles that gotta argue about "x platform". I just want a sequel out IN GENERAL!
jade empire 1 is infinately better on pc...you can pick it up for cheap; http://www.amazon.com/gp/of... it will run on ur mom's laptop:)
A Jade Empire sequel might be good. First game had a lot of potential that was (sadly) never really realized. IIRC, the whole game (main quest + sidequests) was less than 8 hours.
True Crime 4? o_O lol ... Didn't know there was third.. I played the first when I thought it was as cool as GTA, and had totally lost interest the time I recall having heard of the announcement of the sequel. Rofl, I HONESTLY didn't know there was a third ...
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