The November line-up of Xbox Games with Gold includes Battlefield 1, Race the Sun, the original Assassin's Creed, and Dante's Inferno.
Dante's Inferno shines under a completely new light in the trailer of the Dante's Redemption fan short by gaming industry veteran Tal Peleg.
Remember the "Dante's Redemption" CGI short directed by former Naughty Dog Senior Cinematics Animator Tal Peleg? It's still going strong.
A team made mainly by Naughty Dog staffers led by Senior Cinematics Animator Tal Peleg has been working on the first act of a CG fan short inspired by Electronic Arts' Dante's inferno titled Dante's Redemption, and
You might remember the fantastic Dante's Inferno-inspired fan short Dante's Redemption that Naughty Dog senior Cinematic Animator Tal Peleg made this year in his own spare time.
A few days ago we reported how Naughty Dog's Senior Cinematics Animator released Dante's Redemption, a CGI fan short "ressurrecting" the Dante's Inferno franchise.
Tal Peleg works at Naughty Dog as a Senior Cinematic Animator, and besides being one of the developers behind The Last of Us (you could also be aware of his work with the hilarious Joel Banderas and
We reported about a month ago that Naughty Dog Senior Cinematics Animator Tal Peleg is directing a CG animated fan short inspired by Electronic Arts' Dante's Inferno titled Dante's Redemption.
Our favorite developers, especially those working on the art side of things, often use their free time to create personal projects to hone their skills. Naughty Dog Senior Cinematic Animator Tal Peleg, who handled most of the
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