@Arch-Stanton Yeah that guy sounds really p*issed , he must be gay or a Marin staffer who pulled a few strings to get your comments pulled.I thumbed them down for you, a few more and they will be blocked.Good luck with it.
BioShock 2, XCOM studio incubating new title, according to listing on employee's 2011-dated resume.
2K Marin is presently at work on breathing new life into the XCOM series in the form of a first-person shooter of the same name. However, that might not be the only project the Novato, California-based company is at work on.
As spotted by Internet information hound Superannuation, a 2K Marin employee's resume lists an "unannounced title" in the works at the BioShock 2 studio.
Further information about the game was not provided, but the resume notes that a team of five was working to build "world prototypes" and pitch them to higher-ups.
Of note, the resume was most recently updated in 2011, and 2K Marin still has its hands full finishing up work on XCOM. That game is due for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC during parent publisher Take-Two's upcoming financial year, which runs from April 1, 2012, to March 31, 2013.
@SavoyPrime If they make a FPS is got to be better than Deadspace 1 & 2 and I don't think 2K marin have got half a chance. @brucecambell "Someone has some series hate issues with 2k marin". I think you mean if you say anything bad about 2k Marin, you'll get thumbs down.On the "New XCOM strategy game in the works" thread I made some comments on how stupid marin where to make a FPS out Xcom and put a gay character in it.They where deleted and this other a*hole LtReviews streams abuse at me and calls me homophobic is deemed Ok by gamespot.Go figure ?
@brucecambell I think the fans of the original Xcom are still p*ssed off at Marin's FPS Xcom with a gay scientist.
Bioshock 2 was a fantastic sequel, XCOM looks really great as well. What ever these guys do im sure it will be amazing.
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