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Medal of Honor to GameCube, GBA?

by Rick Powers - January 24, 2002, 1:13 pm PST
Source: SPOnG

In an interview with SPOnG, the executive producer for the Medal of Honor series drops hints on a possible GCN version ...

To get the details of the game's mechanics, head over to the SPOnG interview, but the news is that the developer is contemplating a GameCube version ...

Q: What about the future of the Medal of Honour series?

RG: The MOH series, I can tell you, has a very strong future across new platforms. Presently we are planning an Xbox version of Allied Assault, and we are thinking about a GameCube version, but we need to see where the demographic for the hardware lies.

This seems to be par for the course for developers of the so-called "mature" titles. It's pointless to make a game for the console if they can't be assured that there is enough of a userbase to buy the title. It's the classic Catch-22 ... you can't sell the machine to older gamers without "mature" titles, and you can't get mature titles on the machine without the older userbase.

However, there was another nugget that went mostly overlooked. Medal of Honor Underground is in development for Game Boy Advance.

Thanks to metsallica for the tip!

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