Darkish Horse Comics establishes gaming division
Darkish Horse Comics has launched its personal Darkish Horse Video games division, in line with a VentureBeat report.
Based in 1986, Darkish Horse is finest referred to as the writer of Hellboy, and has additionally produced collection like Umbrella Academy, Usagi Yojimbo, and Sin Metropolis.
The corporate plans to create its personal video games primarily based on much less established franchises and unique properties, whereas partnering with exterior studios to deliver its greatest manufacturers to video games.
Darkish Horse Video games will probably be led by basic supervisor Johnny Lee, who beforehand held enterprise improvement management positions at Docomo Digital and Unbelievable.
“We’ve got evergreen properties, like Hellboy, the place there’ll all the time be curiosity in making video games and doing collaborations,” Lee informed VentureBeat.
“We and our companions can actually consider if a narrative IP and character universe could be a very good match for video games that they are internally designing and creating. I believe most AAA devs that I’ve talked to want their sport dev staff to construct core gameplay after which match an IP to it, versus shoving an IP down their throats. We’re delicate to that.”
Lee stated the Darkish Horse Video games staff will begin small, with fewer than 10 folks in its first 12 months.