Posts Tagged ‘Jade Raymond’

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Jade Raymond on Using Lessons from Assassin’s Creed to Develop EA Motive Game

The “network engagement model” is essential to EA Motive’s new IP.

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Producer of First Assassin’s Creed Surprised by Franchise’s Success

Jade Raymond says the series was created as a “sandbox for creatives.”

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EA: All Star Wars Fans Wish to be the No. 1 Star Wars Fan

No, no, I am the number one Star Wars fan.

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Jade Raymond Comments on EA Motive’s New IP

EA Motive sure is busy!

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EA Vancouver’s Star Wars Team Includes Sleeping Dogs and Prototype Devs

They might use some of the work done on Visceral’s canned project.

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EA Reveals Visceral Star Wars Game Will Be About Exploration

Also mentions BioWare’s new IP and Jade Raymond’s new game!

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Amy Hennig is Taking Visceral’s Star Wars Project in “Groundbreaking Directions”

Jade Raymond-led group is also exploring ideas for a new IP.

Amy Hennig Considered Leaving AAA Development Behind Before Joining Visceral’s Star Wars Game

The Force proved too strong.

Uncharted’s Amy Hennig and Assassin’s Creed Co-Creator Jade Raymond Talk Game Narratives

Difference between Assassin’s Creed 1 and 2 was more narrative.

EA Confirms Jade Raymond & Motive Studios Are Building an Assassin’s Creed-Style Action Game

Action to them is “more open-world, more single-play versus multiplayer.”

EA Is Expanding Into the Action Game Market, Wants to Do Big AAA Productions

They are “building a lot of new IPs today,” and want to invest more in the future.

Motive Studios Has Creative Ownership of Almost 50 Percent of Visceral’s Star Wars Game

“The team at Motive has creative ownership over a significant portion of the game.”

Jade Raymond Leading New EA Studio, Will Work on Mass Effect: Andromeda and Visceral’s Star Wars Title

Former Assassin’s Creed Producer Jade Raymond announced today that she is leadingRead the full article…

Former Assassin’s Creed Dev Says the Games Industry is Picked on Too Much for Its Portrayal of Women

Sexism isn’t just restricted to games.

Assassin’s Creed Producer Jade Raymond Departs Ubisoft to Pursue New Opportunities

Alexandre Parizeau will replace her.