Canada-based Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M) announced today it has changed its name to Behaviour Interactive and confirmed development of Wet 2 and Naughty Bear 2.
The change is a return to the name the company was formerly known by when it was a small upstart developer of PlayStation games in the 90s.
More interesting to gamers is confirmation of Wet and Naughty Bear sequels.
"Wet 2 (multi-platform), Naughty Bear 2 (multi-platform), Doritos Crash Course (XBLA) as well as Rango (multi-platform), which was announced by EA and Paramount Digital Entertainment on November 4th, are all currently in development at Behaviour," said Jamie Leece, senior vice president of business development. "We have just completed Sims 3 (Wii), and are also working on several unannounced games for Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, Nintendo's Wii and DS systems, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, next generation handhelds, a Facebook game to be launched in November and a Casual MMO to be launched early next year."
There's no info on Wet 2 and Naughty Bear 2 at this time.
Wet, published by Bethesda, was released in September 2009 and debuted at No.6 in the All Formats UK video game chart. The game was awarded a 6/10.
Naughty Bear was released in the summer to widespread criticism - 3/10 here on VideoGamer.com - but the game proved a solid seller for publisher 505.