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Submitted by gamerlive 863d ago | interview

Rubicon Author Mark Long Explains How The Cloud Is Changing The Game Beyond Hawken

Mark Long wears a lot of different hats. Before he became CEO of Meteor Entertainment he was the founder of game developer Zombie Studios and a New York Times bestselling graphic novel author for The Silence of Our Friends.

Now he’s taking his expertise in game development, writing and technology (he also pioneered early virtual reality technology at David Sarnoff Research Center in Princeton and applying them to transmedia. Long’s Meteor Entertainment, which has published the free-to-play Mech shooter HAWKEN, has partnered with Archaia Entertainment to digitally deliver his new graphic novel, RUBICON, over the cloud platform created for the HAWKEN game and transmedia entertainment. (Hawken, Mark Long, Meteor Entertainment, PC)

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