Twisted Pixel's next game is LocoCycle
Since acquiring Twisted Pixel back in October, Microsoft has seemingly wasted no time putting the Texas studio to work. Announced today during Microsoft's E3 press conference, the outfit's new project has been revealed: LocoCycle, a game that is about a really advanced motorcycle.

Update: We've got the trailer embedded in the post now, and there's a press release with some more information just past the break.
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Twisted Pixel is Working on a Project Called Lococycle

Sexy Reveal Video Teases at Something Different for the Studio

June 4th, 2012 - Austin, TX - Presenting I.R.I.S. Two-time Valedictorian of the illustrious Big
Arms Academy's School of Assassination. Proficient in over 40 forms of unarmed combat,
earning Sensei status in Jiu-jitsu, Aikido, Krav Maga, and Jeet Kune Do. Equally deadly with
blades, handguns, and the latest in nuclear technology. Fluent in over 50 languages and
virtually every local custom. Can blend in and disappear at a moment's notice in any country
around the world. The first female cadet to break the 4 minute mile... by 3 minutes and 40
seconds. All this, and it won't even run down her batteries. Twisted Pixel Games proudly
presents: Lococycle. Today's criminal requires Tomorrow's hero.

In case you missed the announcement for Twisted Pixel's next project at the Xbox E3 Media
Briefing, you can find and link to the trailer here. Lococycle is the 6th original IP from Twisted
Pixel Games. Watch for more information coming soon at www.twistedpixelgames.com and be
sure to visit us at PAX Prime to see more.

About Twisted Pixel Games, LLC
Twisted Pixel is the studio behind the 2009 IGF finalist and 2008 PAX 10 Audience Choice
Award winning game The Maw, followed by the award winning Splosion Man, Comic Jumper,
Ms. Splosion Man and the Kinect exclusive The Gunstringer. Twisted Pixel continues their focus
on creating character-driven original games, now with the support of Microsoft Studios following
the team's acquisition in 2011. Learn more at www.TwistedPixelGames.com and Twitter
@twisted_pixel.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.