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StarCraft: Ghost
Game Description:Stealth action game, set in the ground-breaking real-time strategy game's universe. The story involves Ghost Nova, who is investigating a mysterious chemical known as Terrazine Gas. It is a powerful psychic reagent that has attracted attention from the Zerg, Protoss, and Terrans alike. StarCraft: Ghost is a tactical action game. The new approach, which now takes place in full third-person 3D and stars a super-sexy heroine as a 'ghost operative,' still involves futuristic alien battles involving the three warring races, but does so with a new emphasis on stealth and in-level combat. Nova uses her cloaking abilities and the latest Terran technology to outwit her enemies. Despite early buzz and standing anticipation, StarCraft: Ghost suffered numerous in its ambitious development schedule, and eventually lost its original developer due to commitments. The PS2 and Xbox versions continued on with a new developer, but in March of 2006, the current-gen games were put on indefinite postponement as chief overseer Blizzard moved its focus towards next-gen systems. The possibility is open for StarCraft: Ghost to be resurrected on other platforms, but the current-gen versions are essentially on hold and likely cancelled unless otherwise decided upon.
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