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Luc Bernard gives Dtoid a gift: Eternity's Child's screens/soundtrack!


1:34 PM on 02.18.2008
Luc Bernard gives Dtoid a gift: Eternity's Child's screens/soundtrack! photo



My support for indie developers is no secret to anyone who has read Destructoid in the past, but there is a definite line between ranting about the people you admire and seeing them join your community to share their work. Destructoid has been fortunate enough to experience just that, as Eternity's Child creator Luc Bernard has deemed us worthy of sharing not only new screens but the official soundtrack as well, which is deliciously reminiscent of The Nightmare Before Christmas.

If that doesn't have all you indie fans reeling yet, here's more: Luc has also shared with us his concept art for an upcoming Wii title working under the name "Manufactured Beauty" and a 3D model of one of the characters. If you find yourself in love with the art but still not so sure who Luc is, check out our interview with him here. Thanks for the love, Luc!

[Via Luc's Dtoid cblog

Luc Bernard gives Dtoid a gift: Eternity's Child's screens/soundtrack! photo
Luc Bernard gives Dtoid a gift: Eternity's Child's screens/soundtrack! photo
Luc Bernard gives Dtoid a gift: Eternity's Child's screens/soundtrack! photo





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