Trademark is finally dropped
Those of you with good memories may remember Agent, a project that, back in the day, was set to be a PlayStation 3 exclusive from Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption developer Rockstar Games. The game was first announced over nine whole years ago, at E3 2009. Basically nothing of the title was ever shown. Despite...
Cold War never changes
Could long overdue PlayStation 3 exclusive Agent make a re-appearance at E3 2016 next week? We seem to write the same article annually, but eagle eyed NeoGAF users have noticed that there's been some movement on the Rockstar North developed espionage adventure's trademark page. Essentially, the company has applied for an...
Grand Theft Auto developer goes undercover
While ex-PlayStation executive Jack Tretton may be feeling the pangs of E3 withdrawal syndrome right now, he’ll secretly be happy to not have to answer any questions about oft-delayed PlayStation 3 exclusive Agent. Announced during a press conference eons ago, the Rockstar North developed Cold War...
It's been a long time since we learned anything new about Rockstar's Agent
The game first appeared as part of Sony's 2009 E3 press conference, where the company touted the game's exclusivity to the PlayStation 3 platform. Earlier in the year, Jack Tretton backed away from that statement, suggesting that the game might be multi-platform after all. But regardless of its system status, we're still yet..
Remember Agent? The Rockstar Games developed project was announced at Sony's 2009 E3 briefing as a PlayStation 3 exclusive
During a live interview on GameTrailers this afternoon, GTTV host Geoff Keighley asked SCEA president Jack Tretton about the title, to which the PlayStation gaffer responded it was "more a question for Rockstar". Pushed on the exclusivity status of the game, Tretton..
Remember Agent? No
Well, fair enough, it has been a while. Allow us to jog your memory: back at E3 2009 Sony announced that Rockstar was developing an exclusive PlayStation 3 title called Agent. Since then we've heard absolutely nothing about the game. Despite the lack of information, Take-Two boss Strauss Zelnick insisted the game was "still in development" at an investor call overnight..
Let's be honest, we all figured Rockstar's PS3-exclusive Agent was dead
Announced at 2009's E3 with nothing more than a logo to its name, neither Sony nor Rockstar has mentioned the game since. But questionable sources claim the platform holder are set to showcase "jaw dropping" footage of the game at this year's E3. Plausible? Yes. Likely? Hmmph. The site sources a "tipster"..
So the source may be Nuts' [NSFW] associate editor (we know, we know) and the comment may be relatively vague, but we guess any Rockstar announcements are a big deal -- moreso when they get pulled
Nuts' Rory Buckeridge wrote on Twitter that "Rockstar have pulled their E3 game launch. Oopsie. Now, it's possible that game could be PS3 exclusive Agent, but it's very unlikely seeing as that..
An unusual Twitter account under the pseudonym Veracious_Shift has popped up this morning, claiming to know the secrets of upcoming PS3 title Agent's exclusivity, and the fiasco regarding the oft-lofted, rarely shown L
A. Noire</a>. Veracious Shift writes:To McNamara [dude what did The Getaway - Ed], The Getaway was a tainted brand by Sony's doing, and he cannot create a masterpiece with a..
During the "Asked & Answered" aspect of Rockstar's website, the company have pledged a "very good" year for Playstation 3 users
When prompted about the exclusivity of the Grand Theft Auto IV DLC, Rockstar responded with positivity for Playstation 3 users, stating, "We know that it continues to be an often-asked question and believe us,...
According to information dug up by Shogun Gamer, Rockstar Games' upcoming Playstation 3 exclusive, Agent, was originally in development for the first XBOX and Playstation 2
The resume of a 3D modeller features work on the game Agent way back in 2003. Interestingly, it seems the game was in development at Rockstar San Diego at the time. Agent is currently being developed by Rockstar North. Lastly,..
A slight, off-the-cuff comment on Rockstar North's forums seems to be hinting towards a 2010 release for upcoming Playstation 3 exclusive Agent
When asked about Rockstar's commitment to the PS3, a response from a Rockstar staffer claimed the team are "working hard on a lineup of PlayStation 3 releases for 2010 ... including Red Dead Redemption, Max Payne 3, and the PlayStation 3 exclusive..
Rockstar's exclusive Playstation 3 may have only been given a title at E3, but since then details have slowly trickled out about the game
Try this quote from Take Two's Ben Feder, whereby he claims Agent will be "a game about espionage, set in the 1970s" and will be "very, very different" from the Grand Theft Auto franchise. Speaking of GTA, when prompted as to whether the XBOX..
One of the bigger surprises at this year's E3 was the announcement of the Rockstar game Agent being developed exclusively for the Playstation 3
But many people are miffed as to why Rockstar are launching the game exclusive; especially when third-party exclusivity is essentially considered dead.At this phase in the cycle, when youre trying to launch a new franchise, exclusivity can really help..
Rockstar's Sam Houser reckons the companies upcoming Playstation 3 exclusive - Agent - is going to be the "ultimate action game"
We have always enjoyed making action games, and with Agent we are making what we believe will be the ultimate action game, he said in a statement. Agent is a game we have wanted to make for a long time. The team in Edinburgh is doing an amazing job combining..
Not much was said about Rockstar's upcoming Playstation 3 exclusive "Agent", but we do know that the game will be set in the 70's and have a dark noire theme to it
Jack Tretton reckons it will be just as definitive as the Grand Theft Auto franchise.