Hey y’all, it’s Jaffe, game director over at The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency. I have a confession to make. For the past few months, whenever players would suggest that Drawn To Death would be a perfect fit as one of the free games for PlayStation Plus, I’d have to bite my tongue (And if you know me, you know that ain’t easy!).
All I could do was nod and say, “That’d be great. We’d love it, but no plans for that. Nice idea, though!”
The fast-paced, highly stylized shooter Drawn to Death is coming to PS4 on April 4. Before we all dive headfirst into a high-school teenager’s sadistic imagination, I touched base with renowned designer David Jaffe himself to learn more about his latest project, and how much of his own experience was woven into all the chainsaws, ninja sharks, and gunslinging demons.
Plus, our latest trailer for Drawn to Death explores the significant contribution players have had on the game’s design.
Hey all — Jaffe here with a bunch of Drawn to Death news to share with you.
As you may know, Drawn to Death had been available in a quasi-beta phase that we call Limited Access. During this time we collected a ton of insightful information from the community. After reviewing everything we learned during the Limited Access period, we have decided to officially launch Drawn to Death as a traditional paid title.
Hi everyone. E3 2015 is just around the corner, and everyone here at San Diego Studio wanted to give all our fans out there a special treat: a week-long SD Studio Twitch Week with some special guests!
Hey y’all! David Jaffe here, game director at The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency.
Today’s a big, big day for all of us at our little game making and ghost hunting studio.
Would you be willing to answer a few brief questions about PlayStation.Blog?