Seattle, WA, March 2011 – Renowned artist Michel Gagne, Fuelcell Games and Microsoft will be on hand to premiere Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet (ITSP) at PAX East in Boston, MA, March 11-13, 2011.
Attendees will be invited for the first time to play ITSP. Co-Creators, Michel Gagne and Joe Olson (CEO, Fuelcell Games) will be on hand for interaction and discussion. The game, which Gagne and Olson first discussed in 2007, has been in full scale development since March 2010 after announcing that Microsoft would be publishing it to Xbox LIVE Arcade.
"The team behind Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is the most talented, dedicated, creative, and hard working group I've ever had the pleasure to work with in my 14 years in the industry. The development team at Fuelcell Games combined with Michel’s experience in traditional animation and design has brought a lot to the table and has been a great learning experience for all involved”, remarked Joe Olson. “I'm extremely proud and truly blessed to be a part of such a unique and amazing project. When it is unleashed on the world I strongly believe it's going to stand out amongst the Xbox LIVE Arcade offerings".
“After working on this project for the past five years, it will be incredibly exciting to finally be able to share it with an audience”, said Michel Gagne. “I’m confident that the dedication and love that went into making Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet will result in a visually charged experience coupled with a true sense of wonder”.
In Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, players will experience a captivating adventure set in a unique, rich and insanely twisted world, blending exploration, intense shooter action, and puzzle-solving with gorgeous visuals, and rich story telling in a Hollywood quality presentation. Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet draws you into an epic journey full of surprises, danger and wonder.
PAX East will be held at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center from March 11-13, 2011 and Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet can be seen at the Xbox booth #850.
Insanely Twisted shadow Planet has caught the eyes of La Presse, Canada's largest francophone newspaper. They did a video interview with me a few days ago, and today, they published a cool little article in both the printed and on-line version of the newspaper. Here's a link to the article.
My apologies to my partner, Joe Olson, who gets referred to as Joe Wilson in the article.
I will be signing at the Emerald City Comicon on Saturday, March 5th, from 1:00 to 2:00 at the Image Booth (706). Besides The Saga of Rex, I'll have copies of some of my other books and comics, and maybe a few other goodies.
In order to be fair to the many festivals that are going to be screening Sensology over the coming months, as well as to Shorts International which will be theatrically distributing the film starting today, I am taking Sensology off line for a few months. I really wish I could keep the film on line for everyone to see, but I feel a duty to play by the rules.
After looking at Prelude to Edenon YouTube on a few different monitors, I saw that screens with a lighter setting displayed some noticeable compression artifacts in the first part of the film due to the H264 codec's limited bit depth. I remastered the film one more time to get rid of those artifacts and reloaded it on YouTube. I'm sorry to have to get rid of the first version which had already gathered some nice comments but I want to make sure that the online version is the cleanest it can be for your maximum enjoyment.
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