Tuesday, March 10, 2009

2K Games launches tantalizing teaser site for BIOSHOCK 2: SEA OF DREAMS

It is 1967. Seven years after Andrew Ryan's sub-Atlantic utopian metropolis of Rapture collapsed into ruin.

And in coastal communities across western Europe, little girls have begun to mysteriously disappear. The only clues connected to the vanishings being mysterious red lights glimpsed by eyewitnesses, and unusual boot prints on the beaches.

The people at 2K Games are certainly being subtle in giving us any idea about what's in store with BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams, the upcoming sequel to 2007's BioShock: considered by many to be the greatest video game of the modern era. A few days ago the teaser site SomethingInTheSea.com emerged from the depths. On it you can find numerous newspaper clippings and photographs related to the disappearances of the children. Among the most intriguing: a handmade doll that those who played BioShock will instantly recognize as being a plush version of the Big Daddy.

No release date has been announced, but there's no doubt that 2K won't have to ask us kindly to buy it when it comes out :-)

1 comment:

Matthew Cobb said...

Cannot wait to get this. Bioshock was not a game. It was a work of art.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

2K Games launches tantalizing teaser site for BIOSHOCK 2: SEA OF DREAMS

It is 1967. Seven years after Andrew Ryan's sub-Atlantic utopian metropolis of Rapture collapsed into ruin.

And in coastal communities across western Europe, little girls have begun to mysteriously disappear. The only clues connected to the vanishings being mysterious red lights glimpsed by eyewitnesses, and unusual boot prints on the beaches.

The people at 2K Games are certainly being subtle in giving us any idea about what's in store with BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams, the upcoming sequel to 2007's BioShock: considered by many to be the greatest video game of the modern era. A few days ago the teaser site SomethingInTheSea.com emerged from the depths. On it you can find numerous newspaper clippings and photographs related to the disappearances of the children. Among the most intriguing: a handmade doll that those who played BioShock will instantly recognize as being a plush version of the Big Daddy.

No release date has been announced, but there's no doubt that 2K won't have to ask us kindly to buy it when it comes out :-)

1 comment:

Matthew Cobb said...

Cannot wait to get this. Bioshock was not a game. It was a work of art.