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GENRE: Action
January 19, 2010

Dark Void Zero

Dark Void Zero

Dark Void

Dark Void

Dark Void Zero

Dark Void
Dark Void
Dark Void
 Written by John Scalzo  on July 30, 2009

News: Another one bites the dust... hey hey... another one bites the dust.

Capcom's Dark Void, a jetpack-fueled romp through the Bermuda Triangle, was originally scheduled to be released this Fall on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Instead, the game has been pushed back to early 2010 because, according to Capcom-Unity's Chris Kramer, the company wanted "to get the game out of the crowded fall game season."

A variety of companies have used this reasoning when delaying one of their games to 2010. As the list continues to grow, the early 2010 season is beginning to look like a second Christmas for a lot of gamers. Kramer specifically called out Halo 3: ODST as one game Capcom was trying to avoid by delaying Dark Void:

"The move will be great for the game and for gamers: less competition in the market (curse you, Halo!), more time for polish."

We'll have more soon.

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