Cross another game off your Christmas list, little Timmy. Activision has delayed True Crime: Hong Kong into next year.

"Activision Publishing has moved the anticipated release date for its upcoming open-world action title, True Crime: Hong Kong, from 2010 to 2011 in order to give the development team more time to deliver the high-quality entertainment experience they envision for the game," states their second-quarter earnings report.

The idea behind moving holiday games into the spring is that they'll face less competition and thus have a better chance to sell. However, that doesn't really work when several publishers do it. Early 2011 could turn out to be a repeat of early 2010, which saw the release of big titles like Mass Effect 2 and Bayonetta in January.

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