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Burning Skies Dev Nihilistic Developing Black Ops Declassified

Posted on Wednesday, August 15 @ 09:56:13 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


The talented *insert sarcastic tone here* studio that brought you PlayStation Move Heroes and Resistance: Burning Skies has been confirmed by Sony to be spearheading the Vita's Black Ops spinoff Declassified. One of the major promises of the Vita was the ability to play full fledged first-person shooters, but after the disappointment that was Resistance: Burning Skies, fans of the genre have been left feeling shortchanged.

So what do Sony and Activision decide to do? Take the exact same developer that brought us the PS Vita's first lackluster shooter and put them behind the first Call of Duty game for the handheld. For a while now, many were under the impression that Black Ops Declassified would be the handheld's killer app, but now I'm not so sure.

If you haven't already seen the trailer for the game, be sure to give it a look (above) and let us know what you think of Nihilistic's involvement. I'm sure they're a great group of guys, they just don't have the best track record.

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