Tag Archives: Dan Teasdale
Wed, Oct 30, 2013 | 08:11 GMT
Dan Teasdale made Destroy All Humans!, Rock Band and The Gunstringer; if that weren’t reason enough to pay attention to his new game, the fact that it stars a spinning limo and was inspired by Tony Hawk and Crazy Taxi seems sufficient.
Tue, Jul 16, 2013 | 04:44 BST
Dan Teasdale will head a new independent development studio, No Goblin, with a debut title expected on PC and PlayStation 4 in 2014.
Sat, Apr 13, 2013 | 16:27 BST
Twisted Pixel’s lead designer Dan Teasdale has announced he has left the studio.
Sat, Jul 03, 2010 | 20:27 BST
Harmonix’s Dan Teasdale, lead designer for Rock Band 3, has moved from the music game maker to developer Twisted Pixel, where he’ll be working on “a ridiculously cool new project.”
Wed, Jan 06, 2010 | 16:21 GMT
Dan Teasdale, lead designer on Rock Band 2, has posted some updates for the title over on the US PS Blog.
Due to loads of consumer feedback, a few tweaks have been made to the hammer-ons and pull-offs, along with changes to sorting in Quickplay and, finally, the long awaited addition of SingStar mic support in the US.
Mon, Apr 06, 2009 | 07:31 BST
Harmonix designer Dan Teasdale’s confirmed on his blog that Lego Rock Band was supposed to be announced at GDC. He’s provided the slides to prove it.
There’s a PDF there of an earlier version of the designer’s GDC session – obviously, it didn’t happen. Looks like Lego Rock Band was planned to be announced prior to this year’s show.
Teasdale’s slides show that the game will hit in 2009.
Fri, Oct 31, 2008 | 20:47 GMT
Speaking to Gamespot, Rock Band lead designer Dan Teasdale given some hints at just how much work’s been involved in getting Apple Corp to an announcement stage of the newly confirmed Beatles game. Sounds as though it hasn’t been easy.
“We started the process about 17 months ago, so it’s great to finally talk about it,” he said.
Harmonix PR chap John Drake added: “We’ve been in talks with them for a very, very, long time.
“[Apple Corps CEO] Jeff Jones was saying that they respected and appreciated what Harmonix does creatively for rhythm games… being pioneers in the field, bringing the full band experience, and we, of course, are colossal fans of the Beatles so there’s not too much to think about why it’s a great deal.”
Time isn’t an issue when you’re aiming this high, said Teasdale, who appeared to be “quite pleased” at the signing.
“The Beatles are amazing,” he said. “To make it clear, this isn’t a Rock Band game, this is a new experience for the Beatles. It’s a way to experience the Beatles’ music, it’s a way to bring this to a whole new audience as well as people who are huge fans of the Beatles.
“From our end it’s amazing… The Beatles are the biggest band in the world. They’re music legends, and to be able to bring that experience to everyone is a great honour.”
The game’s out next year. More through the link.