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  • Blog Post: Thomas Was Alone Creators's Volume Has A Release Date

    Mike Bithell's Metal Gear Solid-inspired stealth game, Volume, arrives on PlayStation 4, Vita, and PC in August. Bithell has released a new trailer for the game, and announced it will be available on August 18 on all planned platforms – a short three years after the release of Thomas Was Alone... More
  • Blog Post: Mike Bithell Shows Off Volume’s Enemies (With A Dash Of Andy Serkis)

    Mike Bithell’s Volume is a retelling of the classic Robin Hood tale. The classic green-clad hero avoided the Sheriff of Nottingham’s men, and Bithell’s Robert Locksley will have his own foes with which to contend. You’ll note that the enemies all have medieval appellations, including... More
  • Blog Post: Andy Serkis Voices Villainous CEO Guy Gisborne In Mike Bithell’s Volume

    Andy Serkis might be known for his work in The Lord of the Rings and recent Planet of The Apes films, but he’s got a history in gaming, too. Serkis was featured in Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and Heavenly Sword. He’s now joined the cast of another. Developer Mike Bithell announced that... More
  • Blog Post: New Volume Screens Show Off The Stealth Gameplay

    Mike Bithell, creator of Thomas Was Alone, recently tweeted out a handful of new screens from his upcoming game, Volume. playing with some new screenshot / video capture tools I'm making — Mike Bithell (@mikeBithell) July 20, 2014 You can check out the screens in... More
  • Blog Post: Live-Action Trailer Teases Thomas Was Alone Creator's Volume

    In an attempt to get ahead of the insanity that is E3, this morning developer Mike Bithell released a treaser trailer for the upcoming Volume. (let the experiment in whether a live action trailer released the day before E3 can get _any_ attention begin ;D) — Mike Bithell (@mikeBithell) June 8,... More
  • Blog Post: Robin Hood Retold

    Mike Bithell's Thomas Was Alone surprised many gamers in 2012 with the way it managed to inject humor, personality, and emotion into characters that were little more than geometric shapes. Bithell's next project, Volume, is on its way later in 2014. We asked the designer about the project, which... More
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