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EA does give a sh-t about System Shock 3, says PC Gamer UK

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On one shore, PC Gamer magazine interviewed Irrational Games' Ken Levine who said, "One of the reasons I wasn't interested [in System Shock 3] is EA just didn't give a sh-t about that game." O RLY? Well, as part of their newfound desire to not make us hate them so much, Electronic Arts is returning to the critically (if not financially) successful franchise without Irrational (who're busy working on System Shock's spiritual successor Bioshock for their new corporate overlords at Take 2).

At least that is according to PC Gamer's UK variant, who suggest in their September issue that the title will be developed by the team responsible for The Godfather. It's not a really bold guess (EA renewed their trademark earlier this year), but the addition of a developer lends some credence to the claim. Our thoughts:

  • Uh, YAY! System Shock is a classic series that never got the attention it deserves.
  • Let's hope The Godfather team can manage to get this one completed before the next console generation.
  • We're going to get TWO new additions (as it were) to System Shock 2? Very yes.

[Thanks for the image, Jakkar]






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