Something I noticed in the new OXM

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  1. Andy Sheets

    Andy Sheets Cinematographer

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    Bought the magazine today so I could have the precious demo disc (Splinter Cell: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] ) and I was flipping through the magazine when I noticed an ad for Nightcaster 2? Did I miss something with this game? I didn't realize it was successful enough to warrant a sequel.
     
  2. Edan W

    Edan W Stunt Coordinator

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    Me either...IGN has a new preview up if you're interested.
     
  3. Andre F

    Andre F Screenwriter

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    I wish since I subscibed to the magazine I would at least get it when it hits the stores. [​IMG]
     
  4. Dave Falasco

    Dave Falasco Screenwriter

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    I saw that ad too, I think...wasn't the main character a female this time around?

    That's an...interesting choice for a sequel. What's next, Kabuki Warriors vs. Bruce Lee?
     
  5. James Zos

    James Zos Supporting Actor

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    I read a preview that said it didn't seem to have changed much from the first (very badly reviewed) version, same graphics, etc.

    Maybe it is a tax write off?
     
  6. JoshF

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    The dev probably had a 2-game deal.
     
  7. Kelley_B

    Kelley_B Cinematographer

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    No because a different company is publishing it this time, Jaleco.
     
  8. JoshF

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    Interesting. I guess someone owed someone a favor. How did the original sell?
     

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