UNNAMED PUBLISHER PUTS RUGER VIDEOGAME IN CROSSHAIRS

For immediate release:

Los Angeles, California - 27 th December 2011 -

Sybil Danning’s Ruger was to see a Q3 (Halloween) release. An unnamed publisher recently withdrew support, leaving the game in disarray, and its producers analyst Les Thomas and actress/sex symbol Sybil Danning questioning the trajectory of the game.

“I’m not concerned about the game being made. We have other publishers in mind. But when you get in hectic licensing negotiations and transgressions - it’s often easier to walk away than launch a legal assault. Those resources are better spent in getting the game out on time. We have our thinking caps on with other publishers showing varying levels of interest. Further, our ‘world’ model of cloud computing for humanitarian technology aid remains our back drop. We’d never abandon those plans.”

In a recent interview with Cloud Computing Journal, Les Thomas called us to look at the immediate need of cloud gaming: “It’s a make or break moment for cloud gaming.” He also reiterated their position on a worldwide plan for cloud, “We are also becoming increasingly interested in setting up datacenters in Africa and Southeast Asia.”

Meanwhile, Sybil Danning is poised for a continued videogame world presence via a modeling agreement struck with Dzmitry Samal. The Belarusian, Paris-based, eyewear designer has entered into a promotional deal with Sybil Danning. Samal’s new line of eyewear deals with society’s obsession with technology and early technology. He has created an eyewear line reminiscent of early videogames, especially Tetris. You can view his line of eyewear for purchase at http://www.dzmitrysamal.com/. Look for Sybil wearing the glasses throughout the world in 2012.

“2012 is our year of acquisitions,” said Les Thomas, also Sybil Danning’s multimedia agent.

Les Thomas will be attending International CES 2012 this January to work with potential publishers and new technologies that can be implemented worldwide. “Great technology - like cloud and ubiquitous computing - will change the face of developing nations.”  


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