Fort Frolic 1968?
Ok..l on't know if anyone has seen this or talked about this buuuut.......saw this in a recent google search...http://saveroomminibar.tumblr.com/po...ed-fort-frolic ......could this be the fate of Fort Frolic(and maybe Cohen) in Rapture in 1968?
That was from an abandoned concept in Bio 2. At one point they were going to have you walk through a flooded version of Fort Frolic in order to get to Dionysus Park (if I'm remembering correctly). Obviously it didn't make the final cut of the game.
Well then since it is abandoned and therefore unofficial I still think this is what Fort Frolic could look like in Rapture 1968
Needs more floating plaster covered corpses....
Sander Cohen must truly be dead or he would have kept his sycophants busy repairing the place.
Players in the MMORPG could pump it out and make use of the whole complex (boy they made those lights really good for them to still be on underwater at 280+ psi)
Whoa, awesome picture. Yeah I heard about that concept, but Ive never seen the picture. Thanks for sharing that L
Linky there to the picture of the 'centerstage' of sander cohens insanity .. much later. They mustve had some kind of Bioluminescence technology for those lights to still be glowing after so many years - kind of like the wrecked bathyspheres that still have their external lights shinin after years (when their batteries should have been well dead). And the glow in the ocean from the nearby buildings still with their lights on (Rapture isnt quite 'dead').
Who knows if Cohen is really dead since he could use teleporting to get in and out of another lair(even if you 'killed' him in BS1, who says Ryan didnt give him a Vita-Chamber to use). Cohen may have 'drowned' Fort Frolic as some kind of bizaare 'performance art' or so that noone else could criticize his 'masterpiece' in the room shown in the picture.
Heh, with the plot element of a 'Vita Chamber ' to bring you back to life, Fontaine, Ryan, Cohen and Dr Steinmann probably STILL meet on Fridays for their Poker Night and reminisce about the 'old days'......