MTV Multiplayer writes: "You wouldn't normally associate games with charity, but Martin de Ronde wants to change that.
De Ronde, once part of "Killzone" developer Guerilla Games before the studio was sold to Sony, has spent the last year and a half quietly preparing his next move.
It's called One Big Game. They intend to publish games and donate the profits to children's charities. "We're hoping it's going to do well simply because it's going to do good for the world," de Ronde told me last month over the phone.
Stephen Totilo spoke with de Ronde about One Big Game a little over a year ago. De Ronde gave me an update on what's changed since then."