For director Hiroyuki Imaishi and character designer Yoh Yoshinari, their story about a smart boy of low social status slowly crawling to his own demise is filled with genre-common themes of humanity’s corruption sprinkled with a small glimmer of hope, strikingly presented with a past-meets-present animation and narrative style; the 10-episode series is now streaming on Netflix.
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Artists get a free 3D asset Kit and free training tutorials to help complete the mission: build a galaxy and submit via social media by December 2 for the chance to win prizes. Top entertainment recruiters and art directors from ILM, Riot Games, NASA, Netflix, and CD Projekt Red will view and judge entries.
Produced by ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ creator CD Projekt Red and Japanese animation house Studio Trigger, the anime series about a reckless street kid turned mercenary outlaw hits the streamer next month.
Relic Entertainment taps the creative studio team once again, this time for a cinematic trailer showcasing the latest addition to its popular real-time strategy game, released by Sega; check out the trailer – the game drops in November.
The free global online event streams July 9-10 on Twitch and YouTube; fans of the games and TV series get a behind-the-scenes look at the popular franchise with panels, breaking news, and a preview of the upcoming mobile game ‘The Witcher: Monster Slayer.’
According to CD Project Red CEO Adam Kiciński, the new title will shift away from its beloved, yellow-eyed anti-hero and focus on a new character within the world.
The highly anticipated futuristic-RPG doesn’t play well with older consoles, and fans are already coming out in droves to post unhappy updates with less-than-pretty screenshots.
Produced by CD Projekt Red and Studio Trigger, show about a street kid turned mercenary outlaw is set in same universe as upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 game.
Lauren Hissrich, showrunner on the highly anticipated fantasy series, hints at a seven-season plan for the show, which drops its first episode set December 20, 2019.
30 international entries chosen from 1,137 entries will compete in 10 creative categories at upcoming event running November 2-4 in Munich, Germany.
As we await 2016’s big game releases, AWN game writer Spencer Fawcett looks back on his favorites of 2015.