Virtuos speaks at the CEDEC Game Conference in Japan
Shanghai, September 4, 2010 – Virtuos spoke to Japan’s game development community at the CEDEC Conference in Yokohama. Virtuos Japan Representative Ms. Naoko Kino gave the talk, along with Virtuos Producer Shigekazu Ito.
Sid Meier’s Pirates!™ Co-developed by Virtuos, Setting Sail for Wii™ This Autumn
New York, NY – August 25, 2010 – On October 5, 2010, cast ye gaze upon the horizon, pray to Poseidon for fair seas and set sail for Sid Meier’s Pirates!, an entertaining journey for adventurous treasure hunters unlike anything ever experienced before for on Wii™ system. The classic Sid Meier’s Pirates! has been adapted for the Wii by Virtuos, and is a swashbuckling adventure that allows aspiring buccaneers to earn their sea legs serving as captain of one of 27 fully customizable man-of-war ships while they explore the tropical 17th century Caribbean islands.
Virtuos delivers speeches at three major industry events
On July 31st, Virtuos Animation Director Zhang Yi Min and Virtuos Production Director Pan Feng spoke on the direction of animation in China, at the first ever China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC) in Shanghai. Part of China’s huge China Joy Expo, the CGOC conference is focused on China’s large game outsourcing business.
LUDIA AND FREMANTLEMEDIA ENTERPRISES ANNOUNCE FAMILY FEUD FOR PLAYSTATION®3 SYSTEM AVAILABLE NOW ON PLAYSTATION® NETWORK
MONTREAL, CANADA July 06, 2010 – Interactive entertainment company Ludia and FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) today announced the availability of the Family Feud game for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system on the PlayStation®Network.
Virtuos partner :Allegorithmic Releases Substance Designer Texturing Tools
Shanghai – June 23, 2010 – Virtuos technology partner Allegorithmic announced today the release of their new set of cutting-edge Substance Designer texturing tools.
Virtuos reaches 500 employees announces new-gen game development
Shanghai, March 4, 2010 – Virtuos announced today that it has reached 500 employees across its Shanghai and Chengdu development centers. In conjunction with the announcement, Virtuos revealed that it has become the first independent company in China to develop a retail title for all new-generation video game platforms.