Friday, July 24, 2009

A Big Thank You


The reaction to the trailer was very positive. The release did exactly what we were hoping it would do: get the attention of publishers.

We'd like to thank everyone in the media who posted about our trailer and helped spread the word. You can read some of the coverage we received through the links below:

Kotaku, Rock, Paper, Shotgun, Destructoid, el33tonline, Notcot, Giant Bomb, Awesome Radical Gaming, Killer Wolverine's News Blog, Solomother, onelargeprawn, Gamer Limit, Spons, Gamer Sushi, Geekstrike, Info Addict, Elotrolado, TIGSource, En Direct de mon Ecran, 1Up, Aroba 8 Ball, Indie Games, Mike DiLuigi, N4G, Fidgit, Offworld, Alexoid, CJP, MediaWhoreNetwork, VG247, Gaygamer, 4 Color rebellion, We Game, AATG, Vox Ex Machina, Neoteo, Joystiq, XBox Mag, Game Almighty, The Awesomer, Boing Boing, The Android Workshop, Team Liquid, 360 Only, Nations of Videogames, Ecrans, Button Masher, The Bayle, Epic Battle Axe, PC Dome, Current Gaming, Frederator, Info Addict, Headphonaught's Nanolog, VideoJuego, Aeromental, Gamegea, CG Hub, Niubie, Sarcastic Gamer, UnderPC, Universe Bot, The Weird Pixel, 4 Player Podcast, Video Games Blogger, Game Blog, Beef Jack, Crush! Frag! Destroy!, Oddlight, Valhalla, Reign in Blog, Gamers Throne, La Pause du Gamer, Unreality Magazine, What They Play and Cartoon Brew.

This past week, we've been asked a lot of questions concerning platforms, release date, software, wall paper, etc. We'll be tackling all these issues in future posts so make sure you stay tuned.

16 comments:

giordano.jodi said...

This game looks amazing ! Keep up the good work !

Anton said...

The reaction is not surprising, as the trailer, the idea, the creative high-quality execution, are outstanding.

Juan Bauty said...

Best i've seen (about videogames) since Dragon's Lair (yes, i'm a 80's geek). I can't wait for to have it in my own hands.

Roh Thomas said...

Hey Michael - thanks for the linkback to Crush! Frag! Destroy!'s post. We seriously were blown away by the trailer and cannot wait to see where you guys go with this!

As a suggestion? If you can afford to do so, get Dimmu to score the whole game. The music really set the mood for the trailer.

Roh Thomas said...

Whoops - Sorry about the typo in your name, Michel.

J Huggard said...

Also did a small write-up found here...

http://www.unmgamer.com/2009/07/do-want-insanely-twisted-shadow-planet.html

To say that I'm excited to see this game coming is a huge understatement. I'm guessing the music in the game is placeholder? If so, it would be insanely great if you were able to get Laura Shigihara (of Plants vs. Zombies) to do the music. Her music style would really mesh with the visuals. Best of luck and can't wait for the game!

TheZealot said...

You are insane. I'm going to buy this. I just pee'd in my pants.

Anonymous said...

Please try to release this game on PSN!!!

Christian said...

Great work. Thus, the s/w in this game concept trailer http://www.limbogame.org/ is awesome. Keep on!

Anonymous said...

i hope release on wii and pc

onelargeprawn said...

I look forward to buying this off the Playstation Store.

A little positive thinking goes a long way.

All the best!

Raoni said...

Wow! Everything is so great!
Really will be awesome seeing this on PSN.
Hell, it will be awesome seeing this everywhere!

just a note: the link to Boing Boing actually points to Joystiq.

Mike Radvak said...

Hey Michel, thanks for the link to Awesome Radical Gaming's post! Honestly, the game looks freaking amazing, I can't wait to play it. Good luck with everything.

Anonymous said...

Hoping for a PC release... :)

Anonymous said...

Very cool, I'll take the fact that Xbox Mag and 360 Only are being thanked (when nothing Sony/PS-related is) as a sign that this game is on its way to Xbox Live Arcade.

Universe Bot said...

This game would do really well on all three major consoles plus the PC. Keep up the great work guys.