System Shock 2 was once known as Junction Point

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 14 February 2013 18:06 GMT

Here’s an interesting game nugget you may not have known about: System Shock 2 was once known as Juction Point. The studio which designed the game, Looking Glass, had various gaming luminaries on board at one point such as: Seamus Blackley, Eric and Terri Brosius, Wes Carroll, Doug Church, Ken Levine, Harvey Smith, and many other. Warren Spector was also part of Looking Glass for a time, and his last studio just so happened to be named Junction Point. Something to remember if you are ever on Jeopardy, etc. System Shock 2 is now available on GoG.com. Thanks, Eurogamer.

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