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Starcraft: Ghost for Next-Gen Consoles? 28

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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  • Re:next generation (Score:5, Insightful)

    by gl4ss ( 559668 ) on Saturday February 12, 2005 @04:58PM (#11653973) Homepage Journal
    heheh yeah.

    those consoles WERE next gen when they started puffing starcraft: ghost up.

    which pretty much tells a sign of how long it has been in making. are they even doing it? that's what I wonder with vapor titles that are 6+ years in the making: the end product usually isn't shinier, more extensive or better as a whole than games that were just under 1.5 years or even less in the making.
  • well (Score:4, Insightful)

    by Master_T ( 836808 ) on Saturday February 12, 2005 @06:59PM (#11654811)
    Starcraft ghost has sorta lost the allure it once had. the Starcraft franchise is so old now, WOW just sort of covers it up. That and the fact that this is the first I have heard of the game in two years. I mean if it were Starcraft 2 this would be quite exciting, but an FPS from blizzard....
  • Another Example (Score:2, Insightful)

    by delgertome ( 858944 ) on Sunday February 13, 2005 @01:30AM (#11657060)
    Another example of why you should never believe rumors. =)

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