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Published on October 28th, 2011 | by Derek Strickland, Contributor

Hydrophobia: Prophecy Coming Nov 1st To The PlayStation Network


Dark Energy Digital’s critically acclaimed third-person adventure title Hydrophobia broke new grounds with its release on PC and the XBLA Marketplace, being hailed as an incredibly clever, creative, and unique suspense thriller like nothing else on the marketplace today.

With the upcoming release of Hydrophobia Prophecy, the sequel to the original title, PlayStation 3 owners can now experience an exclusive new chapter of the futuristic sci-fi story arc that envelops the Hydrophobia world, giving players a fresh take on the franchise with a variety of all-new experiences and events.

The upcoming title features impressive graphics and a brand new gameplay experience tailored around thrilling and suspenseful elements, making the game tantalizing and enjoyable for fans of the psychological thriller genre. Hydrophobia: Prophecy also makes extensive use of the PlayStation Move controller, giving gamers the chance to interact with the game on a whole new and personal level.

The  PlayStation 3 is now by far and away the best looking and best playing version of the game on any platform – it’s in a different league compared to the original release, with many game systems reworked from the ground up, compelling new mechanics and a deeper back-story.

“What’s more, the PlayStation  Network release will also contain the Darknet feedback system, a first on console, allowing players to engage directly with us  the developer ”, commented Dark Energy’s Peter Jones.

Dark Energy Digital’s Hydrophobia: Prophecy is coming to the PlayStation Network on November 1st, 2011 for $7.99. For more information please visit the game’s official website.

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