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EA Redwood Shores becomes Visceral Games, gets new logo

EA Redwood Shores (aka EARS), an internal development studio within EA, was suffering a bit of an identity crisis. Known for making some of EA’s best and brightest stuff — including last year’s Dead Space and the upcoming Dante’s Inferno - the studio just didn’t feel right with such a… lets just say a less than descriptive name. That changed today, as its parent company EA announced a re-branding of the studio, now dubbed Visceral Games and a new logo.

And while the studio is still working on the aforementioned Dante’s Inferno as well as the now Wii  spin-off of Dead Space, titled Dead Space: Extraction, it’s also apparently working on “two other unannounced titles.” Little did we know! The studio claims to be identifiable as one with a “focus on creating intense action-oriented intellectual properties,” a claim that needs little substantiation considering its back catalog. 

Check out the new logo below:

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[Via Joystiq]

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