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Topic: Press Release: Digital Media Workshop Rises to Prominence
Long Island, NY – April 3, 2007 – Digital Media Workshop, Inc. is pleased to announce Prominence, a new point-and-click science-fiction adventure game scheduled for release in 2008.
With a highly immersive setting and first person viewpoint, Prominence will offer players a chance to explore and interact with a unique and realistic future world as the hero in an unfolding story. What begins as simple exploration soon twists and turns its way into an evolving mystery that is revealed by physical clues, audio recordings, data archives, and a damaged central computer system in need of repairs.
- Pre-rendered 3D environments with animated effects - Story-based inventory, environmental and graphical puzzles - Branching story with multiple endings - Original soundtrack - Professional voice-acting - First person viewpoint
The game’s official Web site is now online at http://www.prominencegame.com and contains more information about the game, including concept art, story details, and more. Visitors can also sign-up for the Prominence newsletter, which will offer the latest news about the game and behind-the-scenes information about the production.
Prominence will be available for Windows-based PCs in 2008.
About Digital Media Workshop, Inc. Founded in 1997, Digital Media Workshop, Inc. is a multimedia production company based in Long Island, New York. Specializing in audio production, 3D design & animation, motion graphics, and video production, the studio has developed assets and content for the Web, print, TV, DVD, and games.
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