By 24Carrot 3 Comments
What is it with game developers? Take, for instance, Rockstar. They announced L.A. Noire in 2006 (I think). I was very excited for that game. That was when I was 16. Another good example is AGENT. I don't own a PS3, but the game sounds interesting. Now it's been six months and all we know is that it's an espionage game from the Cold War era. NOTHING ELSE. I'm fine with the whole teaser idea, but after six months, new information should come out. Four years is unacceptable. For a big dev like Rockstar, it's not a problem. Any game that they release is going to be bursting at the seams with hype. But for some of the less-successful ones, such as Deep Silver, people forget about the game. When it finally does come around, people stop for a second and say, "They actually made that game?" So come on; for the true gamers, the ones that really want to hear about your next epic, put out some info. For those interested, however, Rockstar claims to finally be shedding light on L.A. Noire this February.
Not that anyone is actually reading this.