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Residue Dev and Inspiration Blog
November 8, 2012 - The Working Parts
While we've already posted some updates about this in Residue's description we figured we ought to take advantage of this new Announcements feature to tell all you fine folks who have chosen to favorite Residue that, yes, there IS a place where you can learn more about the experience you'll (fingers crossed) be able to have this winter!
We've been posting semi-regularly about things that relate to the game and its setting. So far we've talked about a somewhat whimsical documentary that helped shape one of the three protagonists, the upcoming demo, curiosities found with Google Maps, and an in-depth Al Jazeera documentary.
We don't quite know yet exactly what blog's future will be like; we could discuss our characters and our story, more things that inspired us, talk about the Aral Sea environment, or maybe even something about The Working Parts. Exactly WHAT we'll talk about depends on your feedback.
Feel free to post comments and discussions both here and on the blog, and we'll do our best to respond!
We'll notify you all whenever we make an update. Judging by our current tempo there'll likely be about 2 posts per month, so hopefully you won't feel too spammed.
So without even further ado, here's the link:
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