LA Noire devs found new Sydney indie

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 28 May 2013 06:43 GMT

Two members of the development team behind LA Noire have founded a new independent studio following lay-offs at Kennedy Miller Mitchell.

MCV Pacific reports design lead Alex Carlyle and storyboarder Kelly Baigent have named their new company Intuitive Game Studios.

“I really do want to stay in Australia and try and overcome the drive which is leading everyone to Canada or the like,” Carlyle said.

“I want to stay here and make games and hopefully be able to sustain a small studio, provide employment and jobs here.”

The new studio isn’t ready to make any full-time hires or announces yet, but has opened a Facebook page.

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