Why Pixar staffers decided to start their own gaming company on the side

It may seem strange that a group of individuals working at Hollywood’s most respected animated movie studio would want to spend their spare time making games, but Steel Wool co-founder Andrew Dayton says that it’s the norm for Pixar employees to have a side project.

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Sadie21001976d ago

Cause they're creative m---- f'ers!

FamilyGuy1976d ago

Exactly, this doesn't seem odd in the slightest.

secretcode1976d ago

Who cares why? If they put as much care and love into their games as they do their movies that aren't Cars 2, I'm all for it.

eliteslaya131976d ago (Edited 1976d ago )

Don't judge because of my avatar, i'll try not to be biased, but truthfully:

Pixar is to Film like Bungie is to Games.

Look at their track record of AAA titles. It's all widely accepted quality. And if you literally look at their studio and the way they operate, it mirrors Pixar's workplace very closely.

Rainstorm811976d ago

Bungie has one successful IP, Pixar has numerous.......and ONI wasn't a good game.

I don't think it's fair to compare when Bungie only claim to fame is Halo....and that has ye to be replicated

OmniSlashPT1976d ago (Edited 1976d ago )

Or Naughty Dog :P But yeah, Pixar knows the stuff, and I think they would succeed if they tried to go and make a game.

Pandamobile1976d ago

Bungie? No.

The closest analog to Pixar in the games industry would probably be Valve. Valve is the place where all the top talent in the industry strives to be.

PSNintyGamer1976d ago

This will be interesting, especially since many people consider Nintendo the Pixar of video games

ScubaSteve11976d ago

you're thinking of Blizzard

RetrospectRealm1976d ago

I have never once heard anybody say that.

thereapersson1976d ago

When I think of the "Pixar of videogames", I think of Insomniac's Ratchet and Clank.

AronDeppert1976d ago

This could be pretty interesting!

aNDROiD17_1976d ago

we need pixar in kingdom hearts!

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