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Originally Posted by High Voltage Software
Nineteen years in the games industry have rewarded us with an impeccable pedigree of over 70 shipped titles; a number that grows by the year! We have shipped product on nearly every console in existence since 1994. The teams at High Voltage have repeatedly proven the ability to create fun games in any genre and on any platform.
Zone of the Enders HD Collection
Hideo Kojima's legendary series Zone of the Enders arrives on PS3 and Xbox 360 for the first time with the highly-anticipated Zone of the Enders HD Collection. Converted to dazzling high definition graphics and including an all new opening cinematic, this is the way the high speed mech action of Zone of the Enders was always meant to be played. Includes Zone of the Enders and a never-before-released-in-the-US version of Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner.
Platform: Xbox 360, PS3
where would you likely put this collection?
They're currently a bit busy:
Why not stick with Bluepoint games? They did a great job on the MGSHD collection.
Originally Posted by Bluepoint Games
June 6, 2012
Announcing our latest project: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale for the PS Vita system. And, the main PS3 title (from SuperBot Entertainment) is developed using the Bluepoint Engine.
Not sure why you're over reacting.
Scratch another one off my "games to get" list.
You're not getting me with this bullshit again, Konami. Never again.
Wasn't DMC HD Collection done by the same guys who did all of those Godzilla games last gen?
I was already wary of this collection after the Silent Hill debacle. Hearing the port is being handled by the Conduit guys does not instill confidence.
Wouldn't you be overreacting regardless of the developer then?
If Bluepoint had done the port, I'd be all in.
However, I would love to be wrong about this.
To be honest, I don't really care about this series at all. ZoE2 is overhyped and ZoE1 just sucks period.
Armature waiting on High Voltage to finish, maybe? I dunno; transfarring materials for the PS3 version has been since removed, so who knows what's going on.
Yeah, someone posted about this when The Grinder was last brought up, and then I asked about it in the ZoE HD opening thread. It was surprising, and probably one of the potential reasons we haven't heard of the Vita version.