Submitted by kamruk 1243d ago | news

Ex-BioShock developers announce new Indie project

Xbigy Games' Kamran Draeger writes:

"Steve Gaynor, a developer most known for his work on BioShock, Idle Thumbs and F.E.A.R., has recently announced his new indie game studio, The Fullbright Company, alongside its first project." (Dev, Industry, Steve Gaynor)

DeadSpaced  +   1243d ago
I love the idea of it. Can't wait!
kamruk  +   1243d ago
Not to say I didn't like the BioShock combat, but if they build an entire game out of the "storytelling" bits, if that makes any sense, I'd love to see that come to life
joab777  +   1243d ago
I am happy. But did he leave Irrational. It may be corporate, but its gotta b the best corporate job ever. Im excited to see, buy you need some type of combat
Imo, its definitely an aspect of bioshock that made it so damn awesome.
kamruk  +   1242d ago
Well I'm hoping its not a point and click where you can walk around. You're right there has to be that struggle or confrontation, where you actually feel like your intuition plays a part. A game that comes to mind that pulled that feeling off with out having you engage in combat, was Amnesia.

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