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Hydravision Entertainment

mighty rocket studios
Type Private
Industry Video game industry
Interactive entertainment
Founded 1999
Key people François Potentier
Products Obscure (2004)
Owners Independent
Employees 100
Parent Independent[1]
Website .com.mightyrocketstudiowww

Mighty Rocket Studios, formally, Hydravision entertainment is an indie video game developer headquartered in France.[1]

The company created ObsCure, ObsCure II, and several other games.

In September 2012, the company seemingly closed. In February 2013 it confirmed it is now called Mighty Rocket Studios, and it is planning to release a reboot to Obscure, titled Final Exam (formally Obscure) in September 2013.

Games

Game Title Year Released Platform(s)
ObsCure 2004 Microsoft Windows / PlayStation 2 / Xbox
Obscure II 2007 Microsoft Windows / PlayStation 2 / Wii / PlayStation Portable
Alone in the Dark (2008) 2008 PlayStation 2 / Wii
Final Exam 2013 Microsoft Windows / PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360

References

http://evolve-pr.com/2013/02/07/focus-home-interactive-and-mighty-rocket-studio-unveil-obscure-with-a-video http://survivalhorrorlist.blogspot.com/2013/02/hydravision-is-now-mighty-rocket.html

  1. ^ a b "Company". Hydravision. Retrieved September 4, 2012. 

External links

  • The official Hydravision website
  • GameSpot company information for Hydravision


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