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    Cliff Bleszinski and Arjan Brussee announce the opening of Boss Key Productions, a new game development studio. Bleszinski left Epic Games roughly two years ago and is assuming the role of CEO at the new studio. Brussee was the Co-Founder of Guerrilla Games, the lead programmer on Jazz Jackrabbit and is listed as Boss Key's COO.

    The Boss Key website doesn't have much going for it right now. It does have an email registration section to sign up for future updates and links to various social media accounts. With any luck we will see the first bits of information on the studio's first game soon enough.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Boss Key Productions Opened by Cliff Bleszinski started by Shawn Zipay View original post
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      I hope they can bring on Alexander Brandon to compose the music for whatever game they're working on. His music is so catchy to me, and I love his work since the days of Jazz Jackrabbit (ESPECIALLY the soundtrack for the cancelled Jazz Jackrabbit 3D).
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