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Round-Up: Prey Resurrected, Pirates MMO, Bad Day L.A.

- The rumored news that Prey, the long-in-limbo game begun by 3D Realms in the mid-'90s, has been resurrected by an exte...

Nich Maragos, Blogger

April 26, 2005

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- The rumored news that Prey, the long-in-limbo game begun by 3D Realms in the mid-'90s, has been resurrected by an external developer has now been confirmed through an official press release and cover story in PC Gamer magazine. Human Head Studios, the developer of Rune, has been tapped to complete the project under the supervision of 3D Realms, and the game will be published by Take Two Interactive. The game will use the Doom 3 graphics engine, and is planned for release in 2006. - Disney Online is developing a MMORPG based on Pirates of the Caribbean, its theme park ride-turned-hit movie. In development at the VR Group, the same team that produced Toontown Online, the Pirates of the Caribbean game will allow players to join a community of pirates, seizing ships at sea and hunting for treasure on land. The MMORPG, as well as console and handheld games based on the upcoming film sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, are scheduled to be released alongside the film in summer 2006. - Following his role in the development of Scrapland, designer American McGee has announced his next project: American McGee Presents: Bad Day L.A.. Using a unique art style provided by the Los Angeles-based Kozyndan art team, the game follows homeless man Anthony Williams through a catastrophic day in the eponymous city. Terrorists, earthquakes, zombies, and viral outbreaks will be among the hazards to overcome in ten levels based on Los Angeles neighborhoods. American McGee Presents: Bad Day L.A. is currently set for release on Xbox and PC in Q1 2006. - Also updated today: product news involving the latest release of the Reality Engine middleware, the debut of OC3 Entertainment's FaceFX character tool, and the announcement of Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, as well as newly updated jobs from Activision/Infinity Ward, the University of Central Florida, and Visual Concepts Entertainment.

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