Haze is PS3 exclusive for the foreseeable future

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Haze PS3 Exclusive  

Haze was originally a PS3 exclusive before becoming a cross platform shooter. Well now it has decided that it wants to be a PS3 exclusive again.

While no reasons have been given for this change of heart the rumours are that it is either that Sony paid for it because it is just that good. Or the developers where struggling to get the game onto normal DVD without being able to cache on the HDD…

The second reason explains why the 360 version could be dropped but not the PC version as all PC’s have hard drives…. So did Sony pay for it or did the developers just feel they should perfect one game instead of finish 3 games?

This is my type of game so hopefully they do a really good job on it…

Haze is PS3 exclusive for the foreseeable future – PS3 Fanboy

Last Updated: September 3, 2007

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • Max0991

    Is it just me or doesn’t it show who posted it?

  • Max0991

    I mean LazyGamer or Feo,if I confused anyone.

  • Ruslan

    It says LG, anyhow. This game has some serious COOP features which make it a very nice have-to-buy candidate. Lets wait and see those reviews coming in when its out!

  • LazySAGamer

    @Max it states the author at the top after the date…

    Aren’t you impressed I posted a good PS3 story with no snide remarks ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Tan365

    wow… that felt strange? Real strange… a straight delivery on a PS3 story from here? Nice change

  • PillsburyDeeBoy

    I have my fingers crossed for Haze. It’s from the guys who made Goldeneye 64 and if you’ve played that, you need no further explanation. Also, the PS3 needs an exclusive that doesn’t drop the ball the way Lair and (arguably) Heavenly Sword have. I need something to play on my Metal Gear player ๐Ÿ˜‰ …

  • Ruslan

    I was getting higher hopes for Heavenly Sword, hope a demo changes my mind.

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