Among many criticisms of Crackdown 2 was the game's duller color palette, which swapped out the bright hues of the 2007 hit for duller, grittier tones. The developer said while this was intentional, it will be remedied with DLC.
Apparently no one told Crackdown 2 senior designer Dean Smith that you aren't supposed to make up your own cover blurbs, but then this video is titled "Nothing Is Sacred," so at least he's keeping in theme.
Ruffian Games and Microsoft do what they can to take care of the traditional summer gaming drought with Crackdown 2, heading to the Xbox 360 the first week of July.
Crackdown 2 has been running quiet for a while now, rarely popping its head up for a look. That changes today, with more screenshots and pieces of concept art than you could shake a zombie's leg at.
I'll tell you a funny story. For all the pomp, all the circumstance, all the celebrities present during Microsoft's E3 keynote address, one game was more exciting to me than all others. And that was Crackdown 2.
Crackdown 2's product page on Xbox.com has a few more details on the game not disclosed when it was first unveiled at Microsoft's E3 press conference. Exciting details.
While not saying it has an offer to do Crackdown 2, Realtime Worlds says it is in "ongoing" discussions with Microsoft about the sequel. Rumors yesterday said startup studio Ruffian "may" be working on it.