VideoGamer Interview: Aiming High with Black Rock Studio

im High' for the TV channel Disney XD is a new competition designed to get boys to aim high in life, try new things and be the best they can be through a series of mentorships with dedicated and inspiring professionals. In addition to mentors including Stuart Broad (England cricketer), Darren Bent (Sunderland football player) and Tinchy Stryder (UK NO.1 pop rapper), the video game industry is being represented by Brighton-based Black Rock Studio.

Last week VideoGamer caught up with Black Rock's Ian Hudson and Steve Rockett, two of the men responsible for the studio's highly regarded off road racer Pure and recent arcade racer Split/Second. Ian is a 14-year veteran of the video games industry, while Steve is responsible for driving the new development of Black Rock’s Audio department.

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