Livergood read a series of amusing emails from gamers, some who contrasted the game's quality with other DS titles (it tied with Zelda, one arm-chair reviewer felt), or taking potshots at GameStop employees, or lauding mature content for the DS platform. The highlight was the email from a 52-year-old housewife in Michigan, who couldn't wait to get Dementium for her DS, and reserved it from GameStop. "Just a note to say: awesome ... it's bone-chilling, and leaves me with goosebumps."
After the development team thanked their families, Gamecock's chief executive, Mike Wilson, noted that in his long, storied career in the game industry-going back to the days of Doom – never have they gotten six or eight letters over the weekend, for a game that's not even out yet. "So, I think it's going to be pretty good, y'all."
During dinner and drinks, the theater's screen was used to show a thirteen-minute short, God's Work, which starred Gamecock's CEO and CFO-one as a mad doctor, the other a priest who apposed the gruesome medical experiments. It was executive produced by J. Todd Coleman, most known for driving the Shadowbane
After more shorts and video reels from the game, the evening concluded with a performance by The Unbearables, an Austin Dixieland-indierock band best known for their album "Just One Bite: Selections from 'Bitten!: a Zombie Rock Odyssey'". The Unbearables are a nine-piece band. Besides the regular guitar/bass/drums you'd expect, they make use of the Farfisa, Trumpet, Clarinet, Flute, and Moog synthesizer-much to the delight of an audience of geeks, zombies, and game developers.
Despite the early and positive feedback about Dementium: The Ward
, the developers at Renegade Kid failed to mention what their next project will be.