Industry veterans form Loose Cannon Studios

New game studio working on original IP
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Three industry veterans have formed a new development house, named Loose Cannon Studios, which is currently working on unannouced IP at its Washington base.

The company has been formed by Dev Martin and Matthew Scott, formerly of Sucker Punch Productions, and Ricci Rukavina, who has previously worked with Universal Interactive Studios, Vivendi Games and The Walt Disney Company.

Dev Martin is also a renowned artist who has worked for Dark Horse Comics, Marvel Comics and DC Comics. He is also credited as the co-creator of the Young Heroes in Love comic, and worked leading the Sly Cooper series on the PlayStation 2.

Meanwhile, Scott, who was involved in establishing both Crave Entertainment and Monolith, has recently worked on Sony's high profile title InFamous. Rukavina brings experience from his time in digital filmaking across popular movies including Jurrasic Park and Alive, and has experience as creative director at Vivendi Games, where he led development of The Thing and Scarface.

Based in Seattle, Washington, Loose Cannon is set to announce more about its current project in the coming weeks.