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 May 31, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* PS3 Titles Confirmed

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IGN's PS3 division has compiled a handy list of confirmed games for the PS3.

Hopefully, some of them will turn out to be playable.

The Darkness looks good:

Gameplay is said to be completely non-linear with camera perspectives in both the third and first-person views. Moreover, The Darkness continues the trend of several of the PS3's upcoming titles in that it will boast completely destructible environments -- including stages that take place in New York City's slums, harbors, subway tunnels, and rooftops. And as expected, the enemies found within these levels are all inspired by Marc Silvestri's own dastardly creations from the comic book.


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