Spanish talent prevails at SXSW, Tessera Studios has won the award for the best video game pitch for your title Intruders Hide and Seek currently in development for PlayStation VR.
Tessera Studios he continues his good streak, getting this time a new award by best video game pitch at SXSW of Austin, United States, for his degree in development Intruders: Hide and Seek. A triumph that joins the previous ones achieved at the F& S 2016 and PlayStation Talents. The U-tad students won more than 20 international studies in the indie category of the competition that valued the exhibition, idea, development, model and business plan. The jury highly appreciated the quality of the game and its commercial viability, and expressed their surprise to find that it was a group of students from a Spanish university.
“The Intruders pitch has been the best I’ve seen in recent years, well above many presented by professional studios,” commented Michael Daubert, jury member and CEO of Phaser Lock.
Bruno Branca, artist of Tessera Studios, said that “this award shows that Spain is at the highest level of talent and training, and there is only a need for an adequate business climate to exploit this raw material.” Intruders: Hide and Seek is a game currently in development for PlayStation VR that turns us into a child who will experience in first person the kidnapping of his family.