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 Jun 23, 2004 - 09:26 AM - by Michael
* Nihilistic off of Starcraft:Ghost

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Homelanfed has the story - apparently, not only has Starcraft:Ghost been delayed, but Nihilistic is no longer a part of the project.

What does it mean? Well, for starters it explains a lot of the changes in how the game looked (and a lot of the basic game concepts) at two consecutive E3 shows. Show 1, it was a sneaker, you were playing the role of (gasp) a Ghost, sneaking into enemy areas undetected to spot targets for incoming fire.

Show 2... heavy machine gun. Zerg rush. Hope you kill 'em all. Basically, your basic blow-everything-up-and-grin FPS, the sort of gameplay we've seen enough times to lose count.

Sad, really. Not the fact that they did this. The fact that Blizzard will probably STILL make money off the game, even after diluting it down this far.

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