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- Star Trek fans are among the most loyal and passionate in the entire spectrum of pop culture aficionados. That makes it all the more shameful that they've had their hearts broken by video game adaptations numerous times over the years.A fan of the property himself, Disruptor Beam CEO Jon Radoff knows that it hasn't always received the most love and care from game designers."Too many games have been made where they take some existing title, re-skin it, add a little Star Trek dust on top to make it look like Star Trek, and they ship it," Radoff said to Gamezebo at PAX East. "Frankly, I think fans rightfully have some cynicism about these poor licensed products."Awareness of that state of affairs is front and center in Radoff's mind as his company gets set to boldly go into full scale development of its next game, Star Trek Timelines. The Boston-area studio announced the project recently and has revealed some of the initial details.
- When Disruptor Beam hinted to us earlier this week that its next game would be based on an IP even bigger than the one featured in the title that put the studio on the map, Game of Thrones Ascent, the natural reaction was skepticism. What could be bigger than the show so popular it crashed HBO Go during its season 4 premiere last Sunday?As it turns out, what the Boston-based developer really meant is that it's working with a brand that has withstood the fickle, ever-changing winds of pop culture fandom for decades. Get ready to seek out new life and new civilizations online and on mobile devices, as the company's next project is Star Trek Timelines.Described as a strategy RPG like Game of Thrones Ascent - and made possible by a license from CBS Consumer Products - the new game will draw on characters from The Original Series all the way through to Enterprise in a story-driven voyage that challenges players to explore the galaxy the Star Trek way. That means assembling a ship, gathering a crew and determining whether combat, diplomacy or science is the proper solution to any given situation (Kirk may add seduction in there too).If that's not enough to pique the interest of your inner Trekkie or Trekker, consider that Disruptor Beam CEO Jon Radoff sounds every bit the kindred spirit.
- Back in January, Gamezebo's interview with Disruptor Beam CEO and founder Jon Radoff revealed that Game of Thrones Ascent was headed to mobile. The big question was when, but the company kind of answered that today: early spring, close to the time when Season 4 of the TV show gets rolling on HBO.Disruptor Beam isn't going it alone either. Following up on a partnership formed for the popular web version of the game, it's teaming with Kongregate to bring Game of Thrones Ascent to both iOS and Android."Since the early stages of the game's development, our intention was always to release Game of Thrones Ascent on mobile devices," Radoff said in a press release. "Now that we have had great success growing users and revenue across web platforms, we are excited to be bringing the game to mobile players. That's what we've seen first-hand with Kongregate, and why we are excited about partnering with them for our mobile release, continuing to build upon this vast and passionate community of players."Kongregate is best known as on online games portal, but it did announce a $10 million mobile publishing initiative last year. It's also owned by GameStop, which should help when it comes to marketing the arrival of Ascent on mobile devices.
- Disruptor Beam got a pretty nice present from Facebook just before the holidays. It came in the form of Facebook's games team naming Game of Thrones Ascent a staff pick as one of the top games to debut on the social network in 2013.Though Game of Thrones Ascent isn't just a Facebook game since it's playable through more than one site (and will be headed to mobile, which we'll get to in a bit), the nod was still a significant one. For starters, it served as a validation that high quality games can succeed on the network even at a time when the total number of people is down from its peak a few years ago.It also helped reinforce the idea that Disruptor Beam is doing things right when it comes to its story-driven, highly social take on Westeros. Ideally, it serves as a way for hardcore Game of Thrones fans to be able to interact with their favorite fantasy world, an attractive way for core gamers to get compelling gameplay in bite-sized chunks, and as a "gateway drug" for people who know the IP but have yet to dive into the books or the HBO television series.That's a tall order, but as Disruptor Beam CEO Jon Radoff told Gamezebo in a recent phone conversation, the game does indeed seem to be reaching all three audiences.