“What is Polytron and what is happening to Fez?!”, i can hear you scream at the internet. Well, it’s simple. Fez needed a company to handle all the business surrounding it’s publication, and Kokoromi didnt want to become one just for that. So Polytron took over, while KKRM remains it’s good old free-form, not for profit self.
From now on, all Fez updates will be posted on the corporate blog.
Holy crap, GDC 08 was the best week ever. Every other week ever can just fuck right off. We’re all back home now and getting back to work on Fez, as well as other juicy bits we will unveil in a near-ish future. While you wait, here’s a video of Jason DeGroot, musician and producer on Fez, playing a remixed version of his score at a retro-themed videogame party in Tokyo called Fami-Mode.
With GDC only a few more days away, we have been busting our collective ass getting all sorts of things done in time for Fez. We’ll have some pretty big news about the future of the game to announce pretty soon. While you wait, here’s a couple of screenshots.
Jason, AKA 6955 who’s currently busy doing all the music and sound for Fez is also busy putting together this new show he’s producing for gamevideos.com. Its called Points and its slick as hell. Its about game culture, the kind of stuff you never hear enough about. Rather than go on about previews and reviews and products, Points is about the culture that was spawned and revolves around videogames.
The first episode is about these 2 gamer’s bars in tokyo.
Reason 9982373 to want to go to tokyo: they have bars for gamers.
Defenitly check it out. Its sexy and uses bolded helvetica as its font of choice.