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Syphon Filter 4 Sneaks Out, Sneaks Back In

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 @ 12:05:04 Eastern by

If you were wondering what else Sony has planned for E3, your guess is as good as mine. I mean, who knows? A new Crash Bandicoot game developed by Naughty Dog? Let's not get our hopes up. When it comes to E3 scoops about the PlayStation brand, the official PlayStation Blog is the outlet you want to check out.

The hard investigative journalism they do over there is second to none. That's why they managed to dig up the goods on Syphon Filter 4, a PS3 game due out in late 2012. Apparently, the game has a brand-new engine developed by Sony Computer Entertainment London.

Unfortunately, the PlayStation Blog has some stern corporate overlords. That's why the post and all community forum threads had to be deleted. The Internet never forgets Sony! Never!
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