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Not sure if this is entirely sanctioned, but Oni Central has posted scans of an article from the June 2000 Gamer's Republic magazine. From Oni Central:

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Just a little addition to the Oni item below: the ps2.ign.com Oni preview also has three small movies (around 3.5 megs each) posted for download. Can't comment on them yet, since they're still slogging their way through my connection, but they appear to be even newer than the E3 2000 demonstration movie. Definitely worth checking out.

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Oni Central has a note up pointing us to ps2.ign.com's Oni preview. Thanks to Dan Rudolph, who posted the item in the Oni Central forum.

From the review:

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As posted at Oni Central, a release date for Oni has apparently been confirmed by ps2.ign.com in their listing of PS2 launch titles. From the launch list:

Listed below are titles that are sure to arrive after launch day and before year's end 2000:

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Oni (one week after launch) (Rockstar, Action-Fighting)
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The June issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly is previewing a number of games for the PS2, and guess what? Oni is included:

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As seen on the Oni Central forum, Bungie's Matt Soell responds to the question of whether a post-release patch or third-party hack could add multiplayer to Oni:

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Bob the warrior, in a post on the Oni Central forum, pointed out an interesting page at Amazon.com. In particular, it's the entry for Oni, listing a price of $49.99 for Macintosh and Windows versions, as well as Windows system requirements and this item of note:

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A pair of new Oni magazine sightings over at Oni Central today, both closely related to Oni's PS2 port. The first, a Coming Soon article in the June 2000 issue of Playstation Magazine, has been scanned in and makes for a colorful read. John Woo-style action comes to the PS2 ... Oni is certainly raising some eyebrows in the console market.

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