Based on the game's entry in the classification database, we can deduce a few things about the game. It's listed as being multi-platform, and since it's being published by Activision, they're probably not kidding; expect to see the game on one or nine consoles. The game was also given the "G" or "General" classification, which means that the sequel to the popular Xbox LIVE Arcade title will not feature blood or profanity as many had speculated.
All in all, this is good news. Geometry Wars, at its core, has proven to be a good game whether it be on XBLA, PC, Nintendo DS, Wii, and even mobile phones. Unless the game is designed to cause seizures, I have little doubt that this game (once officially announced) will land on many gamer's most wanted lists.
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