It's been more than a year since we last heard from Big Red Button Entertainment, the new game studio founded in February 2008 by Naughty Dog vets, who left the company they helped found to establish the "United Artists of games." Today the firm peeked out of its shell just long enough to say that it spent the last year securing money, people and partnerships to help get its as-yet-unannounced projects out the door.

According to Big Red Button, the company is staying focused on creating "AAA-caliber game concepts and designs," as well as its distributed development platform; a model the studio claims "removes the risk for traditional publishers." Of course, this is all just talk until someone shows us a game. We still don't have a clue what Big Red Button is up to, but whatever it is, at least the company has the money to take us there.
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This article was originally published on Joystiq.