No, Bungie aren’t going all John Carmack and on us and launching a homegrown space program, despite the highly interpretable name of their latest endeavour. It turns out it’s nothing more than a way for Bungie to disseminate the work of some deserving indie creators to the Bungie community, which was presumably crying out for thoughtful indie manifestos in between the teabagging and more teabagging.
“We’re excited to have this small, focused effort to work with some great game development talent,” according to Bungie COO Pete Parsons in a Kotaku interview. “All of them are very, very talented, very, very passionate and excited to bring their games to life. We’re going to help them do that along the way.” Although with one of the developers of Crimson Skies slated as one of the first to benefit from the partnership, it doesn’t sound like they have indie manifestos on their minds exactly.
Source KotakuFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News