Today Epic Games announced the opening of some video game studio in Maryland that has a freaking bear with wings and a unicorn horn for its logo. It's working on Infinity Blade: Dungeons or something. Bear. With wings. And a horn.
Located in Hunt Valley, Maryland, this new game studio is comprised of top-level development talent, all of whom will be sitting in a building with that amazing logo on it. They'll come to work each day, doing their Infinity Blade: Dungeons thing, perhaps waving cheerfully to studio director Sean Dunn, and when they leave they'll feel a slight twinge of regret, because their houses and apartments do not have bears with wings and horns on them. Still, as many of the developers are folks that lost their jobs in the Big Huge Games / 38 Studios nightmare, I suppose they'll make do.
*looks around his house* Dammit. Now I'm sad. Where'd I put that printer?
Oh! There's some text on the logo as well. I must have missed it in all of the excitement.
"Epic Games has truly embraced this stellar collection of developers who were displaced by the closing of Big Huge Games," said studio director Sean Dunn via the official announcement. "They have looked after us with complete care, giving us all the tools and resources we need to make a lot of gamers happy."
Wonderful, though I don't know how he got through that without mentioning the giant winged bear in the room.
Impossible Studios — our friendly winged horn bear will fill you with glee, and then savagely tear that glee out, which itself is a gleeful thing. That's a really long slogan. They probably shouldn't use that. I was just batting around ideas.