second_base wrote:You need to fuck off now...like right now dude.
Parv wrote:Edwin has been my least favourite forumite for a long time now.
The site has been sending out screenshots to Email addresses who registered for the site.
Unless Bethesda has called dibs on the term Alien Noire, I don't see why anyone should be taking the site down.DjchunKfunK wrote:Bethesda told Joystiq that they didn't know where the site came from or who made it. This is slightly strange because if it is true why haven't they had it taken down yet.
Really? Shit.Quietman wrote:The "Prey 2" logo at the top of the site would preclude that notion... Along with the Bethesda and Humanhead logos.
A couple of months ago, some Prey 2 fans hungry for news and concerned for Prey’s legacy, set about creating a place fans could gather to show support for the next chapter in this exciting series.
We posted a countdown to the formal launch hoping a few diehard fans might take notice. We were surprised and overwhelmed by the response, with 50,000 hits in the first 48 hours!
Prey 2 means a lot to many people. While we’re not an official site, we hope our efforts to research and include all known Prey 2 material will show the depth and value this game experience can offer to fans old and new.
Who wouldn’t want to play an open-world first-person shooter as a bounty hunter in an alien-noire setting?
We hope others feel the same way and drop by to show their support for the game.
Kotaku said Bethesda has assigned the AWOL sci-fi adventure to Arkane Austin, which parent company ZeniMax Media owns, after failing to find an external studio to take on the project following the split with original developer Human Head.
Meanwhile, Prey fansite Alien Noire reports Arkane Austin is remaking the game from scratch using the engine used to create Dishonored, and, apparently, some staff aren't happy. According to Kotaku, the dev team has been encouraged to treat the game like another System Shock.
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