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South Park XBLA game to be revealed at Comic-Con


8:20 AM on 07.15.2009
South Park XBLA game to be revealed at Comic-Con photo



Do you remember when Microsoft revealed a South Park XBLA game? Cast your mind back to E3 2008. Yep, well over a year ago, Eric Cartman was screaming something during the Microsoft press conference and then ... nothing. Nobody said anything, everybody forgot about it. Despite this, it's still coming, and it'll be shown at Comic Con.

Halo 3: ODST, Alan Wake, The Beatles: Rock Band, Left 4 Dead 2, Shadow Complex and Gears of War 2: Dark Corners are also expected to be in attendance, along with a brand new trailer for Splinter Cell: Conviction. Should be quite a hot little lineup. 

It'll be interesting to see what form this South Park game will take. The long period spent underground hints that the title will be more than a simple update to the old N64 shooter. Mind you, does anyone still care about it?






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