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Nope, the point is that they don't want to work with a publisher. They had their own third-party investors but fans supported it enough so they don't need them.
... Why does it say Game Rant when it's not?
The title of the post by itself is a contradiction of the post content.
While the feedback to the 2010 Sorcery unveiling was mostly full of excitement, people noticed repetition and other issues and Sony wanted to address all of that before starting on the wrong foot. I guess we'll see the result soon.
Saboteur is sort of like that since players must escort the briefcase bomb carrier.
It's 6v6 with two squads of three on each team.
There have been rumored dates for a while around this, but this was specifically corroborating the 2013 date previously reported by Develop's sources.
There have been rumored dates for a while around this, but the was specifically corroborating the 2013 date previously reported by Develop's sources.
10 year plan doesn't mean it's 10 years between consoles. That means that they'll support it for 10 years, even after the PS4 releases, just the like the PS2 remained a huge seller with many releases after the PS3 game out.
That's a good point. Some reports that Sony could wait a long time, while some people at Sony were quoted as saying that them releasing the PS4 long after the other consoles would be a bad idea. http://gamerant.com/playsta...
No no, Batman: Gotham City
Sweet, that's the Game Rant image!
I agree, 100% :)
It's still at 11 million + paying subscribers with new content coming up...
Gears 2 came with 10 and added 12 with DLC. This starts with less, even though they had 6 additional months of dev time and additional maps are coming through this DLC.
It doesn't have red and blue glasses. That's just an image.
A troll so early in the morning? :(
It's titled "Preview and Confirmed Announcements" ... and that's what it is.
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