Character renders for Factor 5’s cancelled title come to light

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 7 January 2012 15:28 GMT

New concept art from character designer Daveed Kaplan has come to light, which shows renders of a game he was working on before San Rafael-based developer Factor 5 was shuttered in 2009. The art, uncovered by Siliconera, shows enemies and the main character of a game the Star Wars: Rogue Squadron studio was working on and codenamed Blue Steel. It was a Superman game, and should not be confused a pose made famous by supermodel, Derek Zoolander. The game was just one title Factor 5 had in the works for Brash Entertainment, which declared bankruptcy in 2009 and as such blamed partially for the closure of the studio.

You can view more of the character renders through the link.

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