The lights are on
We are nearing the end of our month of coverage for five under the radar games, and we've given you an inside look at the development of Insomniac's Fuse with two video interviews. To give you a better idea of the office environment creating Fuse, we thought fans of Insomniac would like to see a video tour of the studio.
Watch the video below as facilities coordinator Chris Stathis shows off the team, deduces Ted Price's middle name, and gives Game Informer's Dan Ryckert the heart-warming surprise of his life.
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I love all the videos you've been putting out, Thanks Hanson!
Well now I wanna work at Insomniac. On a side note that guy has a glorious beard.
That guy kinda seemed Jack-Black-douchey, but it's Insomniac so that makes up for it.
I Love Insomniac. Too bad they won't make any more Spyro games.
Looks like an awesome place to work.
Beautiful tour Of Insomniac I one year I wish to take a tour myself with some friends :)
I got to visit this place just over a month ago. It was so amazing to be there!
place looks really low key; and that guy doesnt even seem like he works there, like he snuck in and knew everyones names from elsewhere, too high energy for my liking i guess. the resistance rifle was awesome as was the zelda stuff and i love the idea of using moons for "areas" of the studio
also: dans last name is spelled incorrectly, im kinda shocked by that seeing as how he works with ya. prob a simple typo or lack thereof
I like that guy. :)
Awesome vid and tour. Also Ted Channing Price. He just got that much cooler.
Planet Burbank was more fun in the Ratchet & Clank series.
Lololol freaking Dan, anyways, i really never played an insomniac game tbh