Tag Archives: March 32nd

The Year In Game

Down these mean streets you yourself must go … First, allow me to wish you a belated happy new year on behalf of the entire Chromed team. We’ll have regular updates in this space as production commences on March 32nd. 2011 will go down as a critical year in my personal evolution as a video […]

Easy Being Green

The 2011 Penny Arcade Expo is behind us. We’ll always have great affection for PAX; we formally launched both Chromed and March 32nd there in 2010, so it was a pleasure to return to the show and highlight what we’ve done since, introduce the company’s talented new faces, and lay out our plans for where […]

Free Will on the Narrative Railroad

This enlightening review of Sucker Punch on io9 goes beyond the typical complaints and dismissals in many analyses of the film, now available on DVD. Editor Annalee Newits presents an interesting argument outlining why the movie is a “perfect portrait of storytelling gone wrong.” As she puts it: What this movie lacked was a belief […]

The Word Has Spoken

photo credit: AlishaV A little over a month ago, we held auditions for our teaser and demo. We sat at a table on one side of an ample conference room, and watched a parade of talent perform excerpts of scenes we’d written so far for March 32nd. It was a revelation. Presto—character! Voile—story and world! […]

Putting on a Show

photo credit: Diane S Murphy Demos are an important part of marketing games. Players (rightly) want a chance to try games before they decide to make a purchase. Putting out a demo that showcases the strength of your game will make players want to buy it, and then everyone gets what they want. Clearly then, […]

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