Tag Archives: Jeff Strain
Tue, Oct 08, 2013 | 10:50 BST
State of Decay developer Undead Labs has confirmed that the game’s first DLC expansion “Breakdown” is in certification at Microsoft now. The studio is targeting a late October release.
Mon, Jun 24, 2013 | 15:07 BST
State of Decay developer Undead Labs has shed light on its new ‘Pure Survival’ sandbox mode, which is in development as DLC at the studio.
Tue, Jun 18, 2013 | 11:49 BST
State of Decay is the monstrously fast-selling XBLA title from Undead Labs, and although they’ve done gangbusters already, the team isn’t stopping just yet. The studio has confirmed it is working on a pure sandbox survival mode and a Steam edition as well.
Thu, Nov 26, 2009 | 16:17 GMT
Undead Labs founder, Jeff Strain, has revealed that Microsoft and Sony like the idea of console-based subscription MMOs despite the obstacles.
“There are still hurdles to jump with both Sony and Microsoft,” he told Develop. “But people will make it much easier to jump the hurdle if people can come to the table and say ‘we’re making a console-only MMO from the ground-up.
“I’ve been talking to them for years and I think they very much want to see this. There are lots of sticking points to get through. The questions will be how billing works, how the revenue is recognized and who gets what,” adding that console makers are currently “feeling their way through the whole MMO business model”.
Undead Labs is currently working on an unnamed console-based MMO with zombies.
Tue, Nov 24, 2009 | 12:31 GMT
Here comes the news. And it’s news about being able to kill zombies in videogames without feeling guilty.
“The reason zombies are so powerful and transcend fantasy is because right now they are the modern, societal guilt-free meat-puppet,” Guild Wars creator Jeff Strain has told Eurogamer.
“We’ve been through the Nazi phase, we’ve been through the communist phase, we’ve been through the terrorist phase. Those were all at various times in history fair game in the gaming culture. Right now zombies are fulfilling that need for us.
“That no-rules, no-guilt mentality is something that people really resonate with,” he said.
Using a zombie as a “guilt-free meat-puppet” could go either way, quite frankly. Semi.
More through there.
Mon, Aug 17, 2009 | 01:55 BST
Loads of stuff happened this week with MMOs. Bethesda laughed off an Elder Scrolls MMO, APB started the Beta application process, Aion released pretty trailers, Star Wars will be playable at GamesCom and all other sorts of interesting things happened.
What we didn’t tell you about was that Lord of the Rings Online got some new jewelry and bounty quests in Esteldin, Funcom will announce Conan stuff at PAX, and there were some rumored leaks on the upcoming WoW expansion posted all over God’s green earth.
For all of this and more, read on past the break.