Tag Archives: Adrian Chmielarz
Tue, Jun 25, 2013 | 13:32 BST
Xbox One’s reveal was poorly communicated, and the fact that Microsoft has still not concretely explained the intended purpose of its 24-hour online authentication likened it to an ‘elephant in a china shop’, founder of the Astronauts Adrian Chmielarz has said.
Tue, Jun 25, 2013 | 08:17 BST
Xbox One may have had its anti-used policies binned by Microsoft following its seismic u-turn last week, but former Bulletstorm developer and co-founder of The Astronauts Adrian Chmielarz has penned a blog defending the idea of anti-used policies, in which he says if you care about gaming, you will want the pre-owned market to die.
Fri, May 24, 2013 | 21:58 BST
A few developers have weighed in on the Xbox One reveal, with many citing confusion over why we have to have Kinect 2 enabled all the time, and why the main focus was on the television aspect of the console – and not the games.
Thu, May 02, 2013 | 08:24 BST
The Astronauts is looking to revolutionise story-telling in games. VG247′s Dave Cook speaks with co-founder Adrian Chmielarz about his new project, and life after People Can Fly.
Tue, Apr 30, 2013 | 15:41 BST
Former People Can Fly dev: Bioshock Infinite design “proof that the old territory is on fire and we need to go”
Adrian Chmielarz, former Creative Director at Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment developer People Can Fly, believes the next generation could change games development for the better. He discussed the pitfalls of games including Bioshock Infinite, Uncharted and Tomb Raider in a recent interview with Eurogamer.
Tue, Apr 23, 2013 | 17:02 BST
People Can Fly founder Adrian Chmielarz had an idea for Bulletstorm 2 before he left the company, and said “the pulpiness and the craziness of it was through the roof.”
Mon, Mar 04, 2013 | 12:19 GMT
The Astronauts, a new studio comprised of ex-People Can Fly developers has stated that it’s no longer phased by large games, and has opted to focus on smaller experiences. The team’s debut project, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter aims to revolutionise story-telling in games, despite its smaller stature.
Fri, Feb 08, 2013 | 12:06 GMT
Mon, Dec 10, 2012 | 16:58 GMT
The Astronauts will reveal its first game in January. The studio – comprised of ex-People Can Fly developers – is headed up by Adrian Chmielarz of Bulletstorm fame. He has just revealed the reveal. Meta!
Thu, Oct 11, 2012 | 14:27 BST
People Can Fly veterans have formed a new studio in which the team will develop new games using Epic’s Unreal Engine technology.
Mon, Aug 13, 2012 | 02:01 BST
Gears of War: Judgment creative director Adrian Chmielarz and two fellow People Can Fly members have left Epic Games.
Wed, Jun 06, 2012 | 23:14 BST
A full day of E3 chaos after seeing Gears of War: Judgment may have dulled Alex Donaldson’s memory, but the new class-based multiplay is hard to forget.
Fri, Oct 07, 2011 | 10:13 BST
“Do you know any swear word in a foreign language? German, French, Polish? When you say it out loud, no biggie, right? Not a problem to use it during a family dinner, I assume? That is how all the f-bombs sounded to us. Being Polish, all the strong language in Bulletstorm was just exotic and fun to us. We did not feel its power. In other words, Epic thought this is what we wanted and respected our creative vision, while we had no idea this vision was a bit more than we really wanted. It was only at the end of the development, when I read the Polish translation of the game, that I realized how dirty we were. I swear a lot. A LOT. And yet still I …kind of blushed.” – People Can Fly’s creative director Adrian Chmielarz, speaking to Game Developer magazine (via Gama) on Bulletstorm’s OTT swearing. Here a fuck, there a fuck, everywhere a fuck fuck.
Sat, Dec 11, 2010 | 17:24 GMT
People Can Fly’s Bulletstorm has been described as being full of slap-stick violence with over-the-top antics thrown in for fun.
However, some over-the-top ideas concocted for the game were just too much, and had to be cast aside.
Sat, Oct 16, 2010 | 18:48 BST
People Can Fly’s founder and creative director Adrian Chmielarz has said people who expect Bulletstorm to just be a “mindless shooter full of toilet humor” will expect a pleasant shock when they experience the full game.