Ben Cousins has left his role as head of DeNA’s free-to-play studio Scattered Entertainment to become a freelance F2P consultant. He’s now explained his decision in a new interview.
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Time to see if the mobile experiment succeeded; Ben Cousins’ new shooter, iOS exclusive The Drowning, is out now. The former Battlefield executive producer was pretty confident in the game’s touch controls, and since it’s free on iTunes there seems to be no reason not to go see if he was right. Thanks, Joystiq.
More GDC Europe 2013 session details from Nintendo, IO Interactive, and Scattered Entertainment have been announced by show organizers.
PS4 is made up of cheaper hardware than its predecessor because Sony fears it will see a smaller install base in next-gen, ex-Battlefield producer and EA exec Ben Cousins has suggested.
The Drowning boasts some serious shooter chops behind it thanks to project lead Ben Cousins, former executive producer of the Battlefield series. See how a veteran shooter team makes the jump to touch controls in the trailer through the break.
The Drowning, a free-to-play post-apocalyptic first-person shooter for iOS, has been unveiled by Ben Cousins, former Battlefield Executive Producer.
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