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Wednesday, 13 February 2008 11:41

Tyrant Studios is born

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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And commences work

 

A new developer studio has recently started work. We’re talking about Tyrant Studios, based in Seattle, and its founders are no strangers to the gaming industry. One of seven people that make up the heart of this team is Hardy LeBel, famous for his work on titles such as Halo, Jade Empire, Dungeon Siege 2 and ONI.

The rest of the team has also chipped in with their experience on titles such as Battlefield 2: Modern Combat, Battlefield 2142, Crimson Skies, etc.

The team is currently working on their first project called ESP, as you can see from their webpage. However, it’s not yet clear what the project actually is.

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