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Former PlayStation Exec Joins Killer Instinct Dev

News Bot Jul 26, 2016

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    Adam Boyes, formerly PlayStation's VP of third party relations and developer technology group, has joined Iron Galaxy Studios.
    Boyes announced the move on Twitter with what looks like it could be the cover for Iron Galaxy's debut indie trip hop album.
    The world ain't ready for this! pic.twitter.com/8O8qMXw9Ju
    — Adam Boyes (@amboyes) July 26, 2016
    Iron Galaxy is based in Chicago and previously assisted development of BioShock Infinite and Batman: Arkham Asylum, among other titles. It also ported a number of Capcom fighting games. More recently it has been developing Xbox One fighting game Killer Instinct.
    Iron Galaxy has also been moving into publishing games, and started with Videoball. Boyes' experience at PlayStation will no doubt be key to this expansion.
    Prior to working at PlayStation, Boyes served as the director of production at Capcom USA. He worked at Capcom for three years, before parting with the company in early 2010.
    He was also a member of the board of directors for Starbreeze Studios, developers of Payday 2, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and upcoming first-person shooter, Overkill's The Walking Dead.


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