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Microsoft Bundles 'Forza' With Xbox One
Sony UK Bundles 'Watch Dogs'
Jack Tretton Departing Sony of America
'Wolfenstein' Art from Dark Horse
Tapjoy Reports User Data
'Time' Intros New Format, New Ads
'Kerbal Space Program' Teams With NASA
'The Last of Us': The Movie
PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale Pixel Ad Work
Aled Lewis was commissioned to create three pieces for the launch of PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale. These 16-bit images are composites of classic images from films and some characters from the game, like Fat Princess taking on the 72 steps in Rocky, Jak and Ratchet squaring off Reservoir Dogs style and Kratos and Sackboy go one-on-one in the final All Valley Karate Tournament in The Karate Kid.
The work for Vice Magazine U.K. appeared on a 20 meter long, 10 meter high billboard on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch.