The lights are on
We'd like you to meet the team behind Darksiders. The crafting of heaven, hell, and everything in between takes place in a relatively small studio based out of Austin, Texas called Vigil Games. With Tim Donley the development director of Darksiders II as your tour guide, we invite you to watch the video to get a better idea of what daily life is like in a game studio as well as catch a few sneak peeks at never before seen content from the game. Enjoy!
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This is really cool!
I'm still on the fence about when I'll get to play this...if ever.
My back catalog of games will grow exponentially with all these new releases. I'm going to have to start picking and choosing.:(
Nice, next time I head through Autsin I'll have to see about stopping by there....more than likely not gonna happen since I only head to Austin for a UT game then head to 6th st.
That sound guy was really into his work... That's the kinda passion I like to see in game development. No rush for this to come out though, so I hope they take their time and make it into something great. This holiday is packed with games, but hopefully DII will drop early next year.
Wow that was awesome.
Death looks silly without his kilt hope its just unfinished model ;) btw are these artworks gonna be released? masterpieces!
This was really cool, I'd definitely be into seeing more tours of studios. I also think it's awesome that GI is really taking an interest into Darksiders II, it seemed like the first one was kind of a hidden gem at first that began getting noticed later after it's release.
Whats the deal with the thumbnail on the main page?
What is that pink thing doing to itself?
Man i can't wait for the game to come out
Texas has a lot of gaming studios. They look comfortable and fun, nevertheless.
I feel compelled to spruce up my work space...
This game looks awesome! I can't wait to get my hands on it!
Looks like some cool dudes making a cool game. I'm definitely excited for this. These guys look like they're having a lot of fun doing what they do.
I plan on supporting this team by buying this game. Rock on fellas.