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Silicon Knights' X-Men: Destiny teased


1:40 PM on 12.10.2010
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X-Men: Destiny was announced earlier this year, and I somehow missed that it was being developed by Too Human and Eternal Darkness developer Silicon Knights. Well... it is!

Not content with all of its big VGA reveals, Spike and GameTrailers TV aired a new teaser for the title last night. It doesn't show much of the game itself, but it does hint at a visual style. It also reveals a handful of X-Men that will appear in the game, which is mostly comprised of the usual suspects.

Destiny will have players taking on the role of a new mutant to the team, with an emphasis on choice and player control over -- wait for it! -- their destiny. Sounds good. It's out next year, and I look forward to seeing more.






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