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Xenomorph Advanced Member

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#31 14 years ago
Apostolos2well, as you as the community, you can send emails to sierra demanding an avp3 they would probably give it a shot thats how source happened

Sierra can't do a whole lot about it. They are only a publisher, and if they don't see money in another AvP3 game, they aren't going to want to purchase the rights for one. The real guys you gotta talk to are Fox and whomever is chosen to develop the game.




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#32 14 years ago

hush my little childern, heres a message from one of the officail AVP sites: Planet AvP - What are the future plans for the AvP franchise? For our last question now: are there any plans for an AvP 3? Paul Pawlicki - There will definitely be an AvP3 but we aren't going to rush it to market. We want to make sure that it is a worthy successor to AvP1 and AvP2. There are also plans afoot for other games set in the Aliens and Predator universes that you will start to see increasing amounts of info on in the coming months. go to google and search: Planet AvP: Interviews: Paul Pawlicki and its the 1st link!




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#33 12 years ago
Xenomorph;2402624Sierra can't do a whole lot about it. They are only a publisher, and if they don't see money in another AvP3 game, they aren't going to want to purchase the rights for one. The real guys you gotta talk to are Fox and whomever is chosen to develop the game.

My source has a name; Kyle Peschel, aka "Pezman" of Time Shift and Brutal Legend, and he says that Sierra still owns the interactive rights to Aliens vs Predator, and they've been talking to Fox.

So we might actually see an AVP3 :bows:




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#34 12 years ago

Sierra don't own the rights to anything, seeing as Sierra Entertainment was liquidated three and a half years ago.

If your "source" really said that, he doesn't seem to be very bright, and I doubt someone who was fired during the liquidation of Sierra would be unaware that it had occured.

Vivendi do occasionally use the Sierra name and logo, but Sierra Entertainment doesn't exist any more. It's just a brand name. Just like when Tesco stick their logo on the label, when you pick up a cheap can of beans in one of their stores. :clueless:


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#35 12 years ago

This was bumped from 2.5 years ago fellas. Let it die. Create your own thread please.

If they have something in the works it will be budget so they can slap the name on it and make some money.

Unless you have an email source directly associated with the companies that are R&Ding it, publishing it or own it. We don't want to hear it.