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Indie-Developed ‘Virginia’ Coming in 2015

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Indie gaming studio Variable State, created by former E.A. writer/designer Jonathan Burroughs and former Rockstar games animator/artist Terry Kenny, have begun work on “Virginia” an interactive drama that takes influences from T.V. shows “The X-files,” “Twin Peaks” and “The Outer Limits.”

“Virginia” follows two FBI agents as they try and track down a missing child and uncover the mystery surrounding the child’s disappearance. The art style of the game is simplistic and has the look of a 3D avatar character.

Before creating Variable State, Burroughs had work for a number of gaming companies including Rare, Relentless software and DeepMind Technologies. He has working on numerous games including “House of the Dead: Overkill” and Battlefield 2: Modern Combat. Kenny had previously worked on “House of the Dead: Overkill” and “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.”

Virginia will be coming to PC in 2015.

Source: Joystiq, incgamers

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Corey MacDonald is a student of history, avid gamer and a science fiction fan. Corey graduated university with a history major and hoped to put it to good use, life had other plans. Wrote a blog for the gaming site Screwattack.com, between 2008-2009, and before that, writing for his high school newspaper as a political commentator as well as the newspapers chief photographer. Also writes movie reviews for Criticker.com.

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