Take-Two has officially set the BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams hype machine in motion, launching a new teaser web site for the game and plastering viral marketing posters linked to the online marketing effort.
There's not much to see at the "There's Something In The Sea" site outside of photo of the Big Daddy doll (seen in the first BioShock 2 trailer), a newspaper clipping detailing the kidnapping of 7-year-old Maura Clune, and a hand-written letter speculating on the kidnapping from a J. Lynch. These documents are pinned to a map with the date "2/20/67" scrawled next to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.
2K Games has begun teasing the game in another fashion, as well.
Reader Dominique sent us the above snapshot of a "There's Something In The Sea" promo poster, which teases the same red light described in the account of Maura Clune's kidnapping.
We're sure to learn more soon, as BioShock 2's release date looms ever closer.
There's Something In The Sea [Official Site - thanks, Dominique!]