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The Fullbright Company is now just Fullbright; new game in the works

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Everyone knows The Fullbright Company - creators of Gone Home - as Fullbright. So the developer has pulled a Cher, and is now officially just Fullbright. New name, a new logo too - what’s all this about then? Well, the changes come about at the same time as Fullbright’s announcement that it's working on a new game, and it’s on the look out for a programmer and an animator. 

“Going forward we are simply Fullbright, and will be continuing our focus on creating immersive, unforgettable story exploration video games,” Steve Gaynor wrote on the Fullbright blog

With co-founder Johnnemann Nordhagen starting up his own studio, Dim Bulb games, the team is now Steve Gaynor, Karla Zimonja and Kate Craig and has now added Tynan Sylvestor, level designer from BioShock 2 and RimWorld creator, and Patrick Balthrop, who was audio designer on BioShock and audio director on Infinite. 

With the original team also coming from the likes of BioShock 2 and XCOM: Enemy Unknown, there’s a trend here. 

No details about the new game yet, but given the team’s penchant for storytelling, it’s likely to focus on that, just as in Gone Home. 

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TsunamiWombat Avatar
328
1 Year ago

I eagerly await their first game.

Because 'Gone Home' wasn't one.

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Shriven Avatar
2486
1 Year ago

You're right. But damn, it was scary as shit.

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TsunamiWombat Avatar
328
1 Year ago

Absolutely terrifying. A dysotopian tale of a future where tepid, simplistic point and clicks with hamfisted social messages wrongfully advertised as horror/thrillers can be considered art.

Scared the shit out of me let me tell you.

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Shriven Avatar
2486
1 Year ago

I have never had to apologise for having an imagination before. But,

Im sorry I couldnt live up to your expectations.

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