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Starcraft: Ghost for Next-Gen Consoles? 28

Posted by Zonk
from the stealth-in-the-shadows dept.
Gamespot's weekly rumour control tackles several issues this week, the most intriguing being the possibility that the Starcraft: Ghost title may be coming out on next-gen consoles. From the article: "However, according to Blizzard, the listing is erroneous. 'It is not coming to next-generation consoles,' said a spokesperson. 'It is currently slated for the Xbox, GameCube, and PlayStation 2.'" They also state that the rumoured Xbox 360 name is likely a non-starter. Which is probably a good thing.
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Starcraft: Ghost for Next-Gen Consoles?

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  • I feel old... (Score:2, Informative)

    by game kid (805301) on Saturday February 12, 2005 @05:04PM (#11654008) Homepage
    I remember when the Super Nintendo, Genesis and Pentium were next-generation--not to mention the AMD K6-2 ("with 3DNow! technology!"). The first game I ever played was that Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt dual pak. I miss teh old days...
  • Re:well (Score:2, Informative)

    by Tanmi-Daiow (802793) on Saturday February 12, 2005 @11:31PM (#11656518) Journal
    Its not an FPS, its a 3rd person action title. I agree , if it would be Starcraft 2, everyone would be all over it. Im still gonna get it because i still think Starcraft has one of the most interesting stories in any medium, be it games, movies, radio, etc. Warcraft never really appealed to me that much so thats also why im looking forward to Starcraft: Ghost.

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