Thursday, June 29, 2006

ARRRR!! Pirates Game Released!

Hey all, our new game Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow for the Playstation 2 is now in stores!

This is the first game released that I've worked on as concept artist. Along with the art director Miguel and my colleague Kevin, we created concept art for characters, environments and the various weapons and props you'll see in the game. As you progress through the game, some of the unlockable bonus content includes art by all of us.

It's based on the first movie, Curse of the Black Pearl, but since the story is being told by Jack himself, he exaggerates rather outrageously and you get to play his "tall tale of the sea." It's good fun, pretty easy to play, and it looks great considering it's on PS2. If you have kids, they'll definitely enjoy it, but it's good for players of all ages.

So please support our 14 months of hard work! :)

You can watch a trailer here!

Official site
Seven Studios site

Meanwhile, still working hard on The Sopranos game. Life's all good, I've just been busy as usual. Getting ready for SD Comic Con, where I'm planning on having ashcans of Just A Bit Off... for sale. I might give a few away too, ya never know.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey! Awesome news! Congrats and that must be such an amazing feeling!

10:40 PM  
Blogger Jeff Z said...

Today I was at Target looking for a camera battery, and the two families in front of me at the counter both bought copies of the game. I thanked them very much! :)

5:18 PM  
Blogger Lyn said...

Hey, I was in the Bahamas for work when they wrapped "Dead Man's Chest" and crashed their wrap party at my hotel. I met lots of pirate extras and stunt men, who introduced me to Geoffrey Rush -- who was completely inebriated but very nice. Also met Orlando and Kate Bosworth, who were very down to earth. Mr. Depp had already left the island, and I only got a glimpse of Keira Knightley. But I can attest that those pirates really DO enjoy their rum... LOL It must be cool to be working on these games...despite the long hours.

7:12 PM  

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