Tag Archives: Cliff Blezinski
Thu, Aug 01, 2013 | 11:12 BST
Cliff Bleszinski might be teasing his next project since his departure from Epic Games. The image he posted on Twitter last night might just nod to something new from the designer after a development hiatus.
Fri, Jul 13, 2012 | 15:00 BST
Today at San Diego Comic-Con, Epic Games revealed the first look at its co-op sandbox survival game, Fortnite, which will be exclusive to PC and the first game to utilize Unreal Engine 4.
Wed, Jun 18, 2008 | 21:05 BST
While talking about the Gears of War 2 storyline with Danish site Gamereactor, Gears of War 2 producer Cliff Blezinski said that the identity of the series’ female narrator will be revealed in Gears of War 2.
When asked whether the story for Gears of War 2 would focus on Marcus Fenix, Cliff replied:
“It is without doubt the story of Marcus but at the same time it’s a story about the human race with its back to the wall,” said Blezinski, translated from Danish by VG247.
“And in the sequel it’s a lot about Dom and the two new characters Tai and Dizzy. There’s also loads of back story about the Pendulum Wars, Jacinto etc.”
“And what about that voice you hear in the trailers?” he said. “Those kinds of things are answered in 2.”
We’re hyped. Gears of War 2 is out later this year.
By Mike Bowden
Wed, Jun 18, 2008 | 17:04 BST
In an interview with Danish site Gamereactor, Gears of War producer Cliff Blezinski said that if Gears 2 is a success then a third game would be likely.
“I often feel that when a developer says ‘This is a trilogy’ right off the bat I think, ‘Shouldn’t they do the first game and see how it goes before you begin to think about a sequel?’ said Blezinski, translated back into English by videogaming247.
“The market is incredibly tough. You never know how a game is going to fair, so we take it game by game,” he went on.
“If Gears of War 2 is a success then naturally we’ll look at a third. The same applies if number three sells well, then we’ll have to consider a fourth.”
Gears of War 2 is out later this year.
By Mike Bowden