January 7th, 2009, 22:18 Posted By: wraggster
In a story running on MCV.com, 2K president Christoph Hartmann says of the BioShock franchise, "If we spin it the right way and get the right twist of innovation, we can make six parts of it, as Star Wars did." Thankfully he also said that the company promises not to "cash in" on the BioShock franchise.
Hartmann told MCV, "I won't name the company, but there was a great racing game years ago. They brought it back year-on-year. If you look at the scores, it's hard to believe what they've done to it. It's upsetting, actually."
The 2K boss went on to say, "For Bioshock, because it's so story driven, the question obviously arises: how long can you do it without turning into The Matrix? The first Matrix was great, the second one was weird and the third one, you thought: 'Who [making this] is on crack and who isn't?' "But, then again, look at Star Wars. It's a fight between good and evil, just like Bioshock."
For the full interview check out tomorrow's weekly MCV magazine. BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams is scheduled to launch sometime in 2009 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 and is being developed by 2K Marin.
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