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Tuesday, 19 June 2012 07:49

No StarCraft Ghost revival

Written by David Stellmack



About as likely to happen as Lost Vikings 3


It seems that Blizzard wants to make it clear that the stealth-action hybrid StarCraft title for consoles known as StarCraft Ghost is pretty much as dead as dead can be. With it being over a decade since Blizzard talked about StarCraft Ghost, we have to believe Blizzard when they say that no one is working on it.

At this point, we could say that any chance of StarCraft Ghost coming back is about as likely as Blizzard starting to work on Lost Vikings 3. (Actually, we would like to see a Lost Vikings 3, as we really have always had a soft spot for that game!) Of course, no one is saying that it will never happen, but it surely isn’t looking good.

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