"Coming soon........" we've seen these words from both game companies and retailers on line. (note: I seldom, if ever, hear these words from my local game shoppe.)
Looking back over the past year I've noticed quite a few "coming soon's" from the on-line world. Let's face it, it's less than honest. What does this mean? Coming in a few days, few weeks, few months? I know a fellow gamer who endured a "coming soon" for two years! Perhaps it is time for a bit of honesty, especially on the side of the game companies themselves...... Soon means SOON, not a few weeks or a few months, or (in the case of one company) a few years. If it's not ready to publish, if it's not at the printers, it's NOT coming soon.

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Comment by Chris Gammon on February 18, 2010 at 9:52pm
How about this one from May 27, 2004? "L2 Design Group •• J F Dunnigan's Panzergruppe Guderian •• IN PRE-PUBLICATION NOW!••"

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