EIEIO 2008 Round-Up


Earlier this month, Gamecock held its second annual EIEIO event — the Expo For Interactive Entertainment, Independent and Original — showcasing a packed roster of hotly anticipated titles across nearly all the major platforms. From Spark Unlimited’s PC, PS3 and 360 FPS Legendary to TimeGate Studios’ ambitious PC and “next-gen console” FPS Section 8 to Red Fly Studio’s charming Wii and DS fungal action/adventure title Mushroom Men and many others in between, they were all on hand. For those who weren’t able to attend and check all the game’s out in person, last week saw the embargo lift on all coverage from the event, and thusly over the weekend I was busy away posting up all the latest game media. In case you missed any of the coverage, here’s the complete list of links for your to peruse, including a few pertinent posts that went up in weeks prior.

Insecticide Behind the Scenes Video, Trailers and Screens
Legendary Gameplay Footage, Screens and Art
Dungeon Hero Behind the Scenes Video and Gallery
Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball Trailer, Screens, Art and Character Bios
Mushroom Men Trailers, Screens and Art
Hail to the Chimp Gallery
Velvet Assassin Gallery
Section 8 Behind the Scenes Video
Stronghold Crusader Gets Extreme!
Velvet Assassin Behind the Scenes Video
Sabotage Becomes Velvet Assassin

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