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Reverb Publishing Announces Origin PC Partnership

Reverb Publishing Announces Origin PC Partnership

by Enis TezcanAugust 17, 2012

Unique things happen throughout the universe every single day and yesterday was one of those days. Reverb Publishing announced their partnership with ORIGIN PC to help debut its extensive library of titles. Their first stop this year – PAX Prime.

We all know that ORIGIN PC has been making not only high performance PCs for years, but laptops and even workstations for professionals, gamers and even graphic artists for years. So it’s not a coincidence that in their partnership ORIGIN PC will be making their high-end gaming PCs for Reverb. At PAX Prime this year their showcased PCs will be loaded with games made by Reverb for people to check them out and how they stand up to other PCs out there. (The showcase will run August 31st to September 2nd in Seattle, Washington for those who don’t know.)

“With the awesome games that we’re bringing to the market, a partnership with ORIGIN PC is a no-brainer,” said Doug Kennedy, president and CEO, Reverb Publishing. “Its track record with quality high-end gaming rigs means that we’ll be able to bring our titles to consumers at the event in the best way possible.”

For those of you who don’t know Reverb Punlishing was founded in 2010. Offering publishing to independent game developers across the PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, WiiWare, PC, iOS and Android they’ve got a wide array of relationships and titles under their belt. Many of their old grizzlies at Reverb have worked on titles such as Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Dance Central and even Kung Fu LIVE.

As I said above, if anyone is planning on attending PAX Prime this year, definitely stop by Reverb Publishing‘s booth to check out their games and talk to some of the ‘chaps that will be there.

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Enis Tezcan
Enis Tezcan
Born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Enis Tezcan was immediately introduced to the video game world at a young age. He started out playing Super Mario Brothers on his Nintendo for fun. Enis soon realized that video gaming was his passion when he was introduced to Halo in 2001. Not only did Enis love the challenge and competition behind the multiplayer, he also loved playing the single player campaign. Enis feels that the culture and story behind video games like Halo and Mass Effect is so inspiring through the creative aspect of the game. Enis now enjoys following the video game Creators through social media like Twitter, TGF, and IGN to get more in tuned with the culture. Now at the age of 28, he knows that there are endless possibilities for him in the video game industry and he looks forward to making his passion a career.