Saturday, March 25, 2006

StarCraft: Ghost Indefinitely Postponed

Not surprising really, since the game has been in development for how many years now? Since September 2002 when the Xbox was less than a year old? IGN Xbox is reporting that Blizzard Entertainment has indefinitely postponed further development on StarCraft: Ghost, and is going to move forward with the next generation consoles.

At present, Blizzard Entertainment has not stated it will release StarCraft: Ghost at all, on the next gen consoles they're now moving to and almost certainly not on the current gen consoles. Perhaps the upcoming novel is all we'll see of StarCraft: Ghost, similar to the long cancelled Warcraft: Lord of the Clans, and aspects of the game's story will be incorporated into Starcraft 2.

Anyway, Blizzard Entertainment hasn't made a good game since Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, which was back in late June of 2002. They do kinda suck now (sorry, but World of Warcraft is a successful money grab to me, and I don't care much for it) which is rather sad.

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