I’m working on a brand new short film coming 2014 as Production Designer. There’s not much on our Facebook page right now but there will be soon as well as a link to our Kickstarter. I’d really appreciate it if you’d take a look and give it a ‘like’, thanks!
As for 85th Online, well, it has taken a big back-seat right now as I’ve entered my final year at University so there will probably not be much at all on here for a while. At the moment I’m playing GTA Online at any spare moment that I get, it’s actually a lot of fun (when it’s working), especially when you have a ton of friends playing with you!
There will be more soon!
Just received my copy of the Grand Theft Auto V - Special Edition, here’s a really quick un-boxing video, sorry about the technical issues - which there are many - with the video (glitching, and going blue in parts) I don’t want to fix it purely because I want to start playing this game after the unbearable wait!
Opening found in an amazing motion design piece for GTA by Ferino Design, Art In Motion, which can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsWBd3ZutFY
To everyone who has found it on their doorstep, picked it up at midnight, or even received it early, I hope everyone enjoys what has to be the biggest game launch of the year!
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Something Seems Different… I just don’t know what.
Music: Arise by Tim Hall
A new video from Rajan Vedash:
I went to Mexico for a week, heres the adventure.
Music: Flying by Tim Hall
NEW TRAILER INCOMING
I’ve been obsessed lately, scouring the internet for new information in the day, and dreaming of it during the night. There’s no other game that comes close in my mind to the excitement that I feel for this release, and being only 19 days away you may be able to imagine how excited I actually am when you know that it’s Grand Theft Auto V, the biggest release of this year. This is a game that I’ve been playing since its first entry, I’ve followed the series and loved it the entire way through, and now we’re all waiting at the airport, ready to leave for our return trip to San Andreas.
The Companion Cube is a new dialogue series on 85th where my girlfriend and I discuss the, mostly two player games, that we’ve played together. We will talk about the experience of the game and at the end we will give it a rating; endorsed, half-endorsement, or none at all. Endorsed means that it’s a great game to play as a couple, half of that means that it’s a good game, but… and lastly no endorsement probably means that you should avoid playing this game with your other half at all costs. Here goes…
For a long time I wasn’t very concerned with Spec Ops: The Line, I hadn’t watched it from its announcement, I hadn’t really even looked at anything about it except for a few select nuggets of information. I did think it was a great concept, and I’d been longing for an army game that not only took itself seriously story wise, but that was in third-person. Close to its release I did download the demo and I must say I wasn’t wowed by it, it was good, not great, fun for a little while but not worth the £40 price tag it was sporting on release day. So I waited.
BACK IN BLACK
There’s certainly been a down-slide in the quality of X-Men films of recent, namely X-Men 3 and Wolverine Origins, though X-Men: First Class was, for the most part, a breath of fresh air. Now Hugh Jackman is back to reprise his role as one of the most loved members of Xavier’s team of talented super folk, the Wolverine. If you haven’t heard or seen, The Wolverine sees Jackman return to Japan to retrieve a Samurai sword promised to him by a now dying Japanese soldier/very successful business mogul. What’s most interesting and certainly pleasing is that this is a great film, sure it has some flaws, but as films about a man with bone claws go, this is most definitely one of the best.