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Beyond Good & Evil 2 [unofficial title] Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Beyond Good & Evil 2 [unofficial title]
Game Description:Designed by Michel Ancel and his acclaimed design team at Ubisoft, this is a sequel to the beloved adventure game, Beyond Good & Evil. The game has not yet, however, been officially announced under the title "Beyond Good & Evil 2" -- it is instead referred to simply as "Next Michel Ancel Project" after its creator, it it might possibly have a unique title to reboot the franchise. NOTE: This game has been confirmed as a title in production, but it has not been announced for any given platform -- it may or may not be released on this system. Please check back for official info.
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