Wideload's Seropian Blog Goes Online
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WideloadGames.org is reporting that Alex Seropian, founder of Wideload, has started a personal weblog. According to Serpoian's first entry, the blog will be providing a straight talking insight into the creation of Stubbs the Zombie. To this end, Seropian has set up an automated script to grab his desktop and prompt him to write a new entry. Through this script he hopes to be able to show people what he is working on at that moment in time. It will also give potential gamers some insight into how Wideload works.
From the blog:
I've been racking my brain to come up with the perfect use of this platform and I've decided that instead of regurgitating our marketing wonk speak here, I would instead try to give y'all an inside peek at what really goes on while making a videogame. And not just any videogame, but the revolutionary one called "Stubbs the Zombie". It's been called the "best videogame starring a dead salesman, set in a retro-futuristic version of the 1950's on the xbox using the halo engine in 2005." So you are in for a treat!To check out the latest news on Stubbs from the desktop of Alex Seropian, follow the link to his blog below.
Alex's Blog: Seropadope
Stubbs the Zombie
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