Glen Schofield has spent the past few decades working with some of the biggest publishers on their biggest blockbusters. However, after leaving Activision, Sledgehammer Games and the Call of Duty franchise a few years ago, he wanted to do something new – something uncompromising. The result was Striking Distance Studios, a new development studio that Schofield founded alongside a number of industry veterans he worked with throughout his illustrious career. While Schofield’s most recent work was in the Call of Duty franchise, he is perhaps best known as the creator of another beloved series: Dead Space.
With the first game from Striking Distance Studios, the team leveraged the expertise and experience of the Schofield team. Comparisons to Dead Space are inevitable, but make no mistake: The Callisto Protocol is a different beast altogether. We’ve seen exclusive, never-before-seen gameplay footage featuring our protagonist, Jacob Lee, trying to survive the horrors of Jupiter’s second moon and suspicious prison. its. But that’s not all; we also spent hours picking brains of sci-fi horror masters at Striking Distance Studios. In the story, you’ll learn the origin story of Striking Distance, the process by which it expertly creates (and pays off) tension, and how The Callisto Protocol gameplay works.
However, if you have read an issue about Game informant Before, you knew there were many other things in the pages of magazines. Between the front and back covers, you’ll find an extended look at Blake Hester’s upcoming game, The Invincible. Meanwhile, Kimberley Wallace has a movie commemorating the Kingdom Hearts series. And if you have a graduate student in your life, you’ll definitely want to check out our Graduation Gift Guide for Gamers. All that and more, plus our standard set of previews and reviews, included in issue 346 of Game informant.
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