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Hydrophobia: Prophecy revealed


8:40 AM on 04.22.2011
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While it has not been officially announced, it looks like the second chapter in the episodic Hydrophobia saga is finally about to rear its head. The news comes by way of Australia's classification board, which recently rated the title. 

Nothing is yet known about the game, other than it is a thing. Episodic games can have a habit of disappearing before reaching their conclusion, so this is terrific news for the three Hydrophobia fans on the planet, otherwise known as "two engineers from Dark Energy Digital and one of the engineers' autistic kids."

That was too harsh, right?

Hydrophobia: Prophecy on its way [GamerBytes]






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