DEAN TAKAHASHI from Venture Beat discusses Deadhaus Sonata with Denis Dyack!
Denis Dyack‘s latest game is Deadhaus Sonata, where the player is an undead character fighting the living. And Dyack thinks that’s a good parallel for his own life in gaming… “When I talk about the House of the Dead, I feel like I’m talking about myself,” Dyack said in an interview at last week’s DICE Summit in Las Vegas. “Silicon Knights is dead. It’s never coming back. With the launch of Apocalypse, I’ve gone through some things and can bring that experience to light in ways that I think are refreshing and new.”
New gothic free-to-play action role playing game in development by a new studio led by industry veteran Denis Dyack, and designed using Amazon Game Tech
Ontario, Canada (October 24, 2018) – Apocalypse Studios Inc., a new video game studio based in St. Catharines, Ontario, has announced Deadhaus Sonata, a free-to-play action role playing game (ARPG), currently in production for PC. The brains behind Apocalypse Studios are no strangers to the industry. Founder Denis Dyack is the creator of critically-acclaimed video games including Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, and Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes.
“Working with Amazon’s suite of game development tools, we are creating an unparalleled gaming experience”, said Denis Dyack, a Canadian Video Game Hall of Fame inductee. “We are big believers in the power of community participation and integration of community-created content and exploring bleeding-edge narratives and are confident Amazon Game Tech...
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