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Former Bungie employees unveil Fallen Frontier


8:30 PM on 03.07.2011



Moonshot Games is a studio formed by ex-Bungie folks who are working on a side-scrolling shooter. And, according to the Internet's own Sam Houston, there's a smidge of ex-Harmonix action going on at the company now, too. The game is named Fallen Frontier, and attached is the debut trailer.

They're offering up a few more details here, on the official site. For PAX East attendees, look for booth #759 stuck between Haunted Temple Studios and Robot Entertainment. Sounds like a happening spot to me.

Jonathan Ross urged me to reference the old run-and-gun Abuse for serious nerd cred, but I don't know what that is. Partial credit for trying?






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