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You forgot Agent by R*
Wonder what happened to that game
Pretty sure it's been confirmed that it was quietly canceled.
there was never anything to confirm that it's been cancelled.
@PhantomS42: Twice I believe. Which puts it in Half-Life 3 territory whenever there's a slight breeze.
@phantom and Godmars Care to share a link to back up that claim? Earlier this year they actually reinstated the domain and copyright, leading us to believe it's not cancelled.
It's probably never gonna happen, but just imagine a modern Rockstar* Agent for Ps4. It would blow minds.
@Foxhound922: What claim? That whenever the game's brought up its a site looking for clicks saying its either been canceled or R* is still working on it? You realize that this is a comment section on the internet, right?
@godmars Lol, did you forget the claim you made in this comment section? The claim where you agreed with Phantom that the game has been "quietly cancelled" not once, but twice. That was your claim, a false claim, that I asked you to prove. Is this your first time on the internet? This happens quite often... People make a claim, then are asked to prove it. I'll put an example down below so you can grasp what I mean. Here ya go: https://www.dailystar.co.uk... "While many fans once again believed the project had been abandoned, Take Two Interactive renewed the trademark for the game on December 5, 2016." I'm not saying this proves that the game is being released soon, or at all. I'm simply providing proof that the game still exists and has not been "quietly cancelled twice."
I've already said this many times, it is not going to happen.
Oh, okay. We didn't realize YOU had said it. If we'd realized, we would have stopped wondering.
Has rockstar or Sony said a word about agent in the past 5 years? I don’t think it was ever a game at all, just a word on a screen at an e3 to get people talking.
That picture... it could have been an awesome Star Wars game...
How do you know they are awesome games as they aren't out yet? Everyone of them has the potential to be a huge let down.
That's the thing about hype. Just look at Destiny, Watch Dogs, etc...
That's what I was gonna write too.
I gave them a click because this actually took a bit of research to figure out what hasn't been shown in awhile.
We all know Deep Down was canned. At least Cyberpunk got a huge amount of showing this year and it's well on it's way.
One: why is Cyberpunk even on that list? Devs have just gotten dome with showing footage and offering updates. Everything around the game has followed what CDP has announced for it. Two: Star Citizen - Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha...
Forget anything Star Wars. Especially single player adventure games. As long as EA has the exclusive rights, we won't see a decent SW game.
There's more than one evil entity shrouding Star Wars now unfortunately.
I know. Disney is not good for SW.
If they don't even have release dates how can you say they're awesome?
looks awesome at least hahaha
Wild is coming for certain its been in debug testing for a while now,next year we will be shown plenty of new stuff and most likely a final, release window!
The only freakin game that matters
How is Mount&Blade II: Bannerlord an 'awesome' game while being just a reskin of the original?!
Let's not forget about "The Getaway " I actually liked the first game on ps2
Totally forgot about deep down. Wasn't this the game they used to pimp the PS4?
Let's also not forget Below, that game is five years and counting and still no word on a release date.
...and Dreams for PS4...
Star Citizen needs 400 billion more for a release window...Give till it hurts people!
Project HAMMER. Zone of the Enders 3 and Metal Gear Rising 2 (both were announced then quietly canceled)
Dreams for fucks sake
Haven't read the article yet, but did someone forget to tell this person that Star Wars 1313 was cancelled?
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