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Updates on 38 Studios, Copernicus, Mercury and more..

April 1, 2010

Here is a huge list of links for anyone wishing to keep up on 38 Studios and recent news. These come out of the GDC news, RA’s keynote and a few more.

Big download of stuff

The Globe


G4’s coverage

MMORPG (fantastic MMO fan site)


Ten Ton Hammer (another must have site for MMO fans)

Here is some of RA’s coverage (where he reveals Copernicus stuff for the first time ever!!)

IGN (Great industry site!)


Ten Ton Hammer again!
There is tons more and most often you will see it posted at from here on out. Since hiring our latest rock star in Denise Kaigler as CMO, we’re lining our ducks up faster and more efficiently than ever before.

12 Comments leave one →
  1. scoop42 permalink
    April 2, 2010 7:00 pm

    I just read the article about you & your family in the April 5th issue of People.
    What breed of dog is the black dog in the picture of you & your family?
    My dog looks just your dog and I was told my dog was a lab?

  2. bettwice33 permalink
    April 3, 2010 11:07 am

    Please contact me. Curing Asperger’s is usually pretty simple. I cured my son in a couple of months by using chelation to remove the mercury from his brain. All it takes is an over the counter supplement called Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) which is the only substance that can move mercury through the blood brain barrier and out of the brain. You have to use a certain protocol to give the doses of ALA at specific times and in specific doses. Otherwise, it’s simple, and just takes some time.
    I was able to eliminate all of the bizarre behaviors of an older son who was severely autistic with the same treatment. I’m still using chelation for him and he continues to improve. Mercury is the cause of all of these autistic spectrum disorders. Those of us who have cured our kids using chelation are certain of this. You need to talk to experienced parents who know the whole truth about this nightmare that was caused by the mercury in vaccines.
    John Best

    • ryanw207 permalink
      April 5, 2010 11:02 am

      I’m glad that some people found success with heavy metal treatment and dealing with the symptoms of the spectrum of autism. I like to think of myself as a hopeful person but the comment “curing Asperger’s is usually pretty simple” is very much a false promise. Definitely consider exploring chelation but metal poisoning is not the one cause of Asperger’s. Plenty of children are on the spectrum of autism or have Asperger’s and do not have a problem with metals in their body.

      I’ve seen families mortgage everything for chelation therapies and seen it do absolutely nothing for patients who had metals in their system.

    • April 11, 2010 6:07 pm

      Hi, Looked up the supplement (ALA) and it didnot give Aspergers as one of the dx for treatment or any protocols for taking. Can you explan or give a website to refer to? Thanks

      • bettwice33 permalink
        April 14, 2010 10:25 am

        Go to the Yahoo group, Autism Mercury to learn why and how chelation works.

        Ryan is a liar from the drug industry. Chelation hardly costs anything, about $6 for a bottle of ALA. Mercury is the sole cause of all autism. Unfortunately, some shills from Pharma have decided to pretend to have autism while they infect the internet with ridiculous nonsense that claims autism should not be cured. Ryan is one of those sadistic twerps who tries to give people false information about autism. Don’t listen to the troll.

  3. April 4, 2010 6:07 am

    Less ducks, more screenshots.


  4. April 8, 2010 9:55 pm

    Hi Curt
    Would you or Shonda be intersted in contacting us about our son who was recently dx with Ashburger’s? We would love the opportunity to speak with you as we are physically and emotionly exhausted. We just want our son leave a normal life for him and just be happy and have fun and friends. I know you are both busy but if you have have a moment and want to talk. Thanks and bye for now.

  5. mrokjazztokyo permalink
    April 13, 2010 9:20 pm

    Any thoughts on this, Curt?

  6. johninmaine permalink
    April 24, 2010 4:10 am

    Good luck with this stuff … I am a video game junkie and if the game is good it is good. One problem I have with most of today’s games is that they spend all their time it seems making the game look fantastic yet an hour after playing the user is bored because the gameplay isn’t all that.

    My favorite game for the last month and a half has been the Super Mario Bros for the Wii. Simple with incredibly fun gameplay.

    Anyway just my two cents about the stuff. I am sure you will have some great games … RPG games are my faves also.

  7. fitzy128 permalink
    April 27, 2010 9:57 am


    I tried to send you a message via Linkedin but I couldn’t find a contact who could introduce me.

    I have recently been contacted by….they are trying to raise capital via a private equity placement. I know very little about the video gaming industry other than it is a growing market with significant upside. Do you have any opinions on Gamervision that you could share? Are they going to be a force in the video gaming industry? Would love to hear from industry expert!

    38Studios appears to be really taking off…..keep up the great work!

  8. tbaltimore permalink
    July 20, 2010 4:40 am

    Just ready about 38 studios and your projects today. Am eagerly looking forward to what you’re able to put out, considering the talent you have been able to pool together. Good luck, and if you’re able to create jobs doing it in todays economy all the better. Being a software dev it’s always good to see new opportunities open for those who share my career.

  9. September 30, 2010 2:35 pm

    User name is a dead giveaway to what I play, but Amalur looks really good. Congrats on the deal with EA.

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