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Naughty Dog director lured to Ready At Dawn by new IP


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Former Naughty Dog creative director Daniel Arey has joined the gang at Ready At Dawn to assume a similar role for an unannounced original IP. "When I first got the chance to hear about this new property, I immediately knew I had to be a part of it and get a chance to join forces with the ... talent over at Ready At Dawn," said Arey of the job change.

Already compromised of a few former Naughty Dogs, Ready At Dawn should prove an easy transition for Arey, whose 10 years of work at his former studio yielded a pair of successful franchises in Crash Bandicoot and Jak & Daxter. While Ready At Dawn has quickly established itself as a leading developer for PSP (Daxter, God of War: Chains of Olympus), the California-based studio has not revealed which platform it's targeted for this new project.

In this article: DanielArey, NaughtyDog, ReadyAtDawn
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