Kill Screen is apparently a gaming arts and culture company (and kind of sounds a bit like a Tom Haverford and Jean Ralfio joint). They have teamed up with The Creators Project, which is a global initiative by VICE and Intel, to launch a five-part web series that, and I quote:
"...uncovers the incredible technology and brilliant minds behind the world's leading video games, and the stories that precede them."
The first episode is hosted by Kill Screen's own founder, Jamin Warren and tackles Crysis 3
The Creators Project YouTube Channel can be found here
. Crysis 3
is set for release next year.
Finally, The Creators Project is giving away free copies of Crysis 3
to lucky viewers; visit contests.vice.com/crysis3/
The Creators Project, a global initiative by VICE & Intel, and Kill Screen, a renowned gaming arts and culture company, today announced the launch of a five-part web series that uncovers the incredible technology and brilliant minds behind the world’s leading video games, and the stories that precede them.
In the premiere episode, hosted by Kill Screen founder Jamin Warren, we look at the complex design and intricate software optimization that has been essential in making Electronic Arts premiere sandbox shooter, Crysis 3 one of the most anticipated games of 2013. Shot at the headquarters of development studio Crytek in Frankfurt, Germany, this episode is a revealing tribute to the innovation and imagination that drives technology to greater heights.
Watch Kill Screen: Crysis 3 on The Creators Project YouTube Channel here: http://bit.ly/Veudvn
To celebrate the launch of this new series, The Creators Project is giving away free copies of the game to a few lucky viewers. You can enter the draw to win a copy of Crysis 3 here: contests.vice.com/crysis3/
Future episodes in the series will focus on topics such as the car-to-console tech behind Forza Horizon, the body motion complexities of Dance Central 3, the storytelling of Gears of War: Judgement, and more. All five episodes reveal the bright and often strange minds behind the games that use the most cutting-edge technology available to man. Heart-warming and informative, the series explains the most fascinating developments in the gaming world, and pushes beyond the tech-speak to reveal the passion and resilience that fuel the gaming industry.
Information on the series developers, The Creators Project (VICE & Intel) and Kill Screen:
• The Creators Project, a global initiative by VICE & Intel, is dedicated to the celebration of creativity, culture and technology.
• Kill Screen is a gaming arts and culture company that publishes a website and magazine, and organizes groundbreaking events in New York year-round.