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Obsidian Entertainment is developing for a 'leading animation franchise'


Digital Development Management is like Gus from Breaking Bad. DDM works behind the scenes, making connections and taking advantage of opportunities while the patsies -- video game developers and publishers -- make the money. DDM represents some major studios, and it revealed some interesting information about their future projects in a recent corporate slideshow.

Obsidian Entertainment, the studio behind Fallout: New Vegas and Dungeon Siege 3, is developing an "unannounced project for [a] leading animation franchise," according to DDM's presentation. It also says Need for Speed: Shift developer Slightly Mad Studios is working on an unannounced project, which could be its crowd-sourced venture, C.A.R.S. Triumph Studios, creator of the Overlord and Age of Wonders franchises, is also working on an unannounced title, DDM's presentation says.

It's not too surprising that game-development studios are creating games, but details such as Obsidian's "leading animation franchise" get us curious. So far, we're hoping for Fallout: Seth MacFarlane Armageddon.

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