Cliff Bleszinski project sneak peek number four. No name for the thing yet, so I'm just going to give it the working title of "The Last of Them". As shared on Twitter.
According to former Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski, "here's another closely cropped image of something I'm working on." That's right, Cliff Bleszinski is doing NBA 2K15. Kidding!
Cliff Bleszinski designs Gears of War. The games sell millions. Before Bleszinski made Gears games, he worked on Unreal Tournament games and Jazz Jackrabbit, but it's Gears of War that he's known for.
Reader Ben was at the Flying Saucer in Raleigh the other day when he noticed something strangely familiar about the pub's "wall of fame".
Fancy sports car. Spotted at a Target. North Carolina plates that read "GRSOFWAR". Gears of War is developed in North Carolina by Epic Games. Could it be the car that Cliff Bleszinski, Gears' lead designer, tools around in?
It's not every day that you get to hear Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski talk video game masturbation. Today, however, is that day. Lucky you!
Well, according to Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski, it is...
Seeing Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski on Jimmy Fallon the other night got me thinking, about two things. One, how great it was seeing a developer on international television. And two, how few other devs there are like him.
It's a question Kotaku gets a lot: Why do you refer to Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski as "Dude Huge". There is a reason. This is it.
When game designer Cliff Bleszinski revealed Gears of War 2, he did it by ripping through a barrier with a Lancer chainsaw weapon at the 2008 Game Developers Conference. How about when he debuts his new game on Jimmy Fallon?
You know the Gears of Wars look: brown, bombed out buildings and more brown. Oh, there's some gray, too. The games have really set off a visual flair.
When Cliff Bleszinski was born, he was "Clifford Bleszinski". Then he became "CliffyB". Then he didn't want to be "CliffyB", he wanted to be "Cliff".
Two games into the third-person-shooter Gears of War franchise and series designer Cliff Bleszinski is so not burned out. "There have only been two Gears games," says Bleszinski.
Mega 64 stealths their way through the streets of San Francisco, Metal Gear Solid style, until the characters they are portraying finally meet their maker.
Rolling Stone magazine have taken a little side-trip away from rock n' roll, and done a more Time magazine-like list of the "100 People Who Are Changing America". Four (well, five) are developers.