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Get your face into Eternity’s Child

Indie developer Luc Bernard’s opened a competition to give people a chance to get their faces into global warming future-tale, Eternity’s Child. See here. All you have to do is send in either a pic or a video. Easy. No date on the PC, WiiWar game as yet.

  • Luc Bernard doesn't want to "live off noodles"

    Developer Luc Bernard isn’t happy with platformer Eternity’s Child, but hopes he’ll achieve enough success with it to keep the wolf from the door for a while yet. “To be honest, I am not satisfied with Eternity’s Child,” he said in this Konsolifin interview. “I hope that is does well enough for me to be […]

  • Holocaust DS title is "to educate", says Bernard

    Speaking here, Luc Bernard, developer of DS title Imagination is the Only Escape, has defended the game’s setting saying its aim to to educate children about the Holocaust. “It’s to educate children about awareness and racism,” he said. “There won’t be any violent scenes, the bottom screen just displays the reality of what happened – […]

  • Nintendo Europe "scared" of DS Holocaust game, says creator, but he's hopeful of release

    Speaking here, Imagination is the Only Escape creator Luc Bernard has said that he’s heard Nintendo Europe is “scared” of the Holocaust-based game, but that he doesn’t think the company is trying to stop the game’s release despite this morning’s “no plans” comment. “Well from what I was told, Nintendo Europe is also scared of […]

  • Nintendo Europe blocks release of Barnard DS Holocaust title

    Nintendo Europe has confirmed it has the same stance on releasing Holocaust-based DS game Imagination is the Only Escape as Nintendo US, telling videogaming247 that you’re unlikely to be playing it any time soon. “There are no plans to bring this to Europe or the UK,” said a Nintendo spokesperson this morning. The title is […]

  • Nintendo refuses to release Holocaust DS game in US

    According to this, Nintendo has confirmed that Imagination Is the Only Escape will not be released in America. “At this time, there are no plans for this game to be released for any Nintendo platforms in North America,” the company said in a statement. The game, created by 21-year-old Brit Luc Bernard and published by […]