BioShock Vita possible 'if stars align'
Irrational Games' creative director Ken Levine says PS Vita version of franchise is "in the hands of business people right now."
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The BioShock game for PlayStation Vita is no closer to release, but it's also not been scrapped entirely. Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine told IGN this week that the game is still possible, but its fate is not up to him.
"That is in the hands of business people right now," Levine said. "It's something I’m still interested in, and people ask me that all the time. Right now I’m just sort of waiting to see what the business people come up with, and that’s sort of out of my hands at this point. That’s something that I think has a lot of potential. The game idea we have has a lot of potential. It’s just a question of [if] their stars all align."
Levine announced BioShock for PS Vita during Sony's 2011 Electronic Entertainment Expo media briefing. Months later, the developer said the game is still "in the paper design stage," and it would not be a port of BioShock Infinite or a rehash of the first two BioShock games.
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