Games Missing In Action

EddieTurner

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Hey all! My latest article about upcoming games whose notoriety has disappeared as of late has just gone live. Some promising console titles included. Check it out and let's discuss!

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Elcs

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Strangely enough... Ive never heard of any of those titles.
 

skace

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Good article, I remembered several of those, though I know I didn't expect most of those to be out yet, especially not project offset, that game was beyond ambitious :)
 

erwos

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It would seem slightly more sensible to wait until AFTER E3 to publish an article like that. *shrugs*
 

RedRooster

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I thought that Darkest of Days game came out under a different title?
Or maybe its just the premise that sounds very similar. I'm probably thinking of that one that came out over the winter where the Germans won the war.
 

EddieTurner

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Originally posted by: RedRooster
I thought that Darkest of Days game came out under a different title?
Or maybe its just the premise that sounds very similar. I'm probably thinking of that one that came out over the winter where the Germans won the war.

Yep, you're thinking of Fall of Liberty. I played the demo for it and it was pretty horrible, so I didn't bother with it when it came out. Darkest does sound pretty cool though.
 

CPA

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I thought for sure I saw a commercial or read a recent article about the Indiana Jones game.
 

RandomFool

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I haven't heard of most of those games.

Hopefully this year's E3 Expo, now called "E for All," will bring us some much-anticipated news about these promising titles.

E3 and E for All are different shows. E3 is for the press while E for all is for everyone else. E for all kind of sucked last year except for brawl.
 

MmmSkyscraper

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I recognise 2 of those titles. I thought Project Offset was always just an engine, no real intention of a game. Alan Wake has been an ongoing snoozefest since Intel used it to 'demo' the quad cores.