NowGamer: Rumoured sequels to Army of Two and Dead Space are being developed at EA's Montreal studio - as well as a mystery project - CV confirms.
Another Army of Two? Is that really necessary?
I liked the first Ao2. It was a fun co-op shooter that didn't take itself serious. As for the 40th day I didn't like that one. If the new one is more like the first sign me up!
Dead space 3! :D Can't wait for it! Although, I really should finish the second dead space. Just waiting for the Guts to proceed I guess haha!
This is good news, but I was hoping that they would be next gen launch titles :( I'm seriously done with this gen. Old tech is getting old.
Really? Because im honestly ok with not having to spend another 500-600 dollars on a system.
Did "Army of Two" even sell well enough for a sequel?
So is it a Visceral Game Studio or is it an EA studio? To me it makes a difference. I believe the first two Dead Space games were made out of the California Visceral studio under the EA umbrella, if it is not the same developers then it has failure written all over it and that would tick me off.
EA Montreal worked on the Army of Two games. Visceral is still making the Dead Space games. Visceral is an EA studio, it used to be EA Redwood.
How does army of two which for the most part in the sense of popularity and sales continue to make releases without hate but sony titles get hate before their first games are released?
I bet the mystery title is a Dante's Inferno sequel. The ending had a pretty big cliffhanger. It even said to be continued if I remember right.
I think so too and it's about time for a Dante's Inferno sequel. Hope it ain't a carbon copy of God of War like the first one.
Im glad their making another army of 2, its really a fun game to play with a friend. XD and trolling them by switching out their gear with a full agro setup when their not looking Mwahahaha. And deadspace 3 woot woot.
Wooo Dead Space 3 another horror game I will never buy because I am too scared to play :D
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