212w ago - WET is a highly stylized third-person shooter that seamlessly blends acrobatics, gun play, and sword kills.
With dual pistols and a samurai sword, you can engage in combat while sliding on floors, running on walls, jumping, flipping, and performing amazing acrobatic moves - leaving a massive body count in your wake.
Press Release: Bethesda Softworks to Publish WET for Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3
Innovative Shooter Allows Gamers to "Shoot Anytime, Anywhere"
April 27, 2009 (Rockville, MD) - Bethesda Softworks┬®, a ZeniMax┬® Media company, announced today that it will publish WETTM, an innovative action game from Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M). WET, in development for the Xbox 360┬®video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PLAYSTATION┬®3 computer entertainment system, is slated for a Fall 2009 release.
"We're very excited about the opportunity to bring WET to all gamers," said Vlatko Andonov, president of Bethesda Softworks. "Our proven success as a publisher which focuses on select, innovative titles matches up perfectly with WET's new class of gameplay."
"We were looking for a publisher who shares and supports our creative vision of bringing a stylized, daring approach to the shooting genre", said Patrick Fortier,...
233w ago - While the publishing fate of WET for PlayStation 3 (and Xbox 360) remains in limbo, developer A2M from Montreal is still proceeding with their hot gun-totting action game WET.
The game tells the story of Rubi, an acrobatic, sword-wielding gun-for-hire who agrees to help a wealthy man find and bring back his wayward son. Soon enough all hell breaks loose and the tables are turned, as the man who hired her isn't who he appeared to be. Now Rubi's on the run, needing to find the man who left her for dead and leaving a massive body count in her wake.
A2M Senior Artistic Technical Director, David Lightbown, presented an exclusive 8 minute video of WET gameplay at MIGS 2008 and NextGen Player was given special permission to record the clip.
Note: The video below contains content that is mature (violence). Viewer discretion is advised.
After watching the video I think you'll agree with me that Activision may have made a poor choice dropping this game. This game looks hot.