N-Space, the company hard at work developing Geist - a ghost-related FPS for Gamecube - has revealed today that it has a brand new game in the works. The only information available so far is that it?s called Hope. As hard as we tried, no further details could be fathomed by staring long and hard at the logo. It would be nice (subjectively) to think that it?s a Viking-inspired font for a Viking-based game, but in all probability, it won?t be anything of the sort.
Although Geist could potentially be quite impressive, N-Space?s previous output has been questionable. As the developers to blame for heinous cash-ins such as Mary-Kate & Ashley Sweet Sixteen and Die Hard Trilogy 2, Hope could turn out to be a total duffer.
Once N-Space has explained what Hope is, and which platforms it?s intended for, get the full lowdown here.