In May 2001 Microsoft signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Warner Bros. to develop and publish games based on Steven Spielberg’s movie “A.I.: Artificial Intelligence”. Three “action-packed” adventure games were announced, two of them were slated for a release with the Xbox launch in November 2001.
Nevertheless, none of these “interactive A.I. sequels” made it to the stores due to the moderate success of the movie.
One of these A.I. games was A.I. Chaser, developed by Vision Scape Interactive. Some of the game’s concepts later evolved into their Xbox title “SeaBlade”.
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