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Farnborough, Hampshire, UK – November 26
After several weeks of speculation from their community, nDreams
today confirms the upcoming release of Xi: Continuum with the
launch of the game trailer.
Xi: Continuum is the sequel to the 2009 console-based alternate
reality game Xi, which had over 600,000 unique players and gave
birth to a hugely passionate community that has been clamoring for
a fresh Xi experience.
With many more details to be revealed over the next few weeks,
Xi: Continuum is a game that will deserve the attention of those
looking for a fresh, unique experience.
Patrick O’Luanaigh, CEO of nDreams said, “Xi:
Continuum crosses between console, websites, videos and the real
world, yet can be played at any time. We believe that the game
offers a genuinely original game experience that will be unlike
anything else you have played before.”
Twitter: @nDreamers and @patrickol
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Information regarding Xi:
nDreams is a rapidly growing digital games developer/publisher,
set up in 2007 by Patrick O'Luanaigh.
nDreams has recently completed a transition from work-for-hire
development to publishing, and currently over 70% of their revenue
comes from publishing their own original intellectual property.
nDreams recently won the Online Excellence award at the 2012
Inspire Business Awards, and were nominated for two 2012 Develop
Awards and the Smarta 100 awards in 2011. nDreams were also
featured in the Guardian Tech Media Invest and were nominated for
the Kemp Little award for business innovation.
nDreams have developed and published a huge range of games,
spaces, apartments and items in PlayStation Home, and are one of
the most experienced PlayStation Home developers and publishers in
the world. They have launched several successful Alternate Reality
games, they develop for Xbox Avatar Marketplace and are working on
their first tablet game.
“nDreams” is a registered trademark of nDreams