Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Mustard update

So Advent Rising has died off somewhere as has this blog really... but the briefest of updates as to what the Mustard boys are up to...

Their new company - Chair Entertainment - is now working on a new Xbox Live Arcade title called Undertow. IGN calls it a cross between Geometry Wars and Battlefield... underwater. And they think it's looking ok.



MTV.com of all places (ok so it's really GameFile) also have an reasonably interesting, now and then piece on the Don. Check it out.

5 Comments:

At 8:29 PM, Blogger Berserker said...

Wow. Four days and still no reply. So unlike the older days when the Advent Trilogy was still underway.

Good to see you're doing well Rooney. The game by Chair looks interesting. May check that out when it's released. I sometimes find underwater games amusing.

 
At 11:50 PM, Blogger Rooney said...

Hey there Berserker! Yep... a sorry end for Advent in the end it seems.

Good to see you still kicking around... the new blog looks good.

Funny thing - I always loved drawing underwater scuba stuff when I was younger...

Will definitely keep an eye on this. I also noticed Undertow made a brief appearance in the MS Presentation at E3.

 
At 2:46 PM, Anonymous IamUnsain said...

I think it is sad that the Advent trilogy was never finished out. I actually just got done playing through Advent Rising again. I find it to be an awesome game that was way ahead of its time. I still like it more than a lot of other games out. I would forsake Halo 2 over Advent Rising any day of the week. If you guys can ever find a way to finish this trilogy out, I'll find a way to get my hands on it. So would a bunch of the guys I work with.

 
At 3:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah poop. I just finished the game after downloading it on Steam and really wish they would make the next 2 parts.

Fun game with a good story, pretty rare these days :(

 
At 9:25 AM, Anonymous subordinater said...

Well, it looks like it's pretty dead.

And, yes, I'm not. :)

After a full two years in Brazil, I expected to see a little more news than this. But, what can you say? That's how it is.

Hey, someone drop me a line! bricook@myldsmail.net

 

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