Bethesda gets Wet - Retail Radar
Amazon, GameFly, CD Universe all list Fallout firm as the new publisher for abandoned Sierra action game.
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One of the last remaining orphans of the Activision-Vivendi merger may have finally found a home. Product pages for Wet on GameFly, CD Universe, and Amazon (under the Frequently Bought Together section) are currently listing Fallout 3 publisher Bethesda Softworks as the game's manufacturer.
While the three retailers agree on a publisher, they are less convinced of the game's release date. Amazon has the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 editions of Wet arriving on August 31, while CD Universe projects a September 16 launch. GameFly expects both versions of the game to be a little slower on their way to shelves, with a September 30 release listed.
Developed by Montreal, Canada-based A2M, Wet was originally announced for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 back in 2007. The action game follows the tale of a young, lethal mercenary named Rubi as she sets out on a quest for revenge and wealth after having been wronged by a mysterious man who hired her. Described as "Kill Bill meets Tomb Raider meets Prince of Persia" in GameSpot's first look, Wet features over-the-top third-person shooter action that combines acrobatic movements with fast-paced shoot-outs and sword fights.
As of press time, a Bethesda Softworks representative had not returned GameSpot's request for comment.
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