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 Mar 09, 2005 - 04:00 PM - by Michael
* Warren Spector Resurfaces

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Gamespot's got the news that Warren Spector has resurfaced at Junction Point.

The former studio head of Deus Ex-developer Ion Storm told GameSpot today that the staff of Austin, Texas-based Junction Point Studios is already hard at work. The company has started preliminary development on a "fantasy" title created by Spector, who worked at Dungeons and Dragons creator TSR in the 1980s. Although Spector said the title was rapidly evolving, he did not give any indication about what specific subgenre the game would fall under or what platforms it would be released for.
The rumors, based on the name Junction Point Studios, hint at the revival of an old and canceled Spector project. Or it could just be that.

Personally, I'd love to see him get his hands on a few old licenses like Anachronox and do something great with them, like ION Storm did with Looking Glass's Thief franchise.
 

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