n-Space expands for Revolution
Geist developer hiring up to 20 staffers, doubling workspace for work on Nintendo's next-gen console.
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Everyone knows that next-gen games are going to cost more money to make, with a large chunk of that increase due to hiring new employees. Such is the case for n-Space, a game developer based in Orlando, Florida.
The online edition of the Orlando Sentinel is reporting that n-Space, an independent game developer, is nearly doubling its operations. The company, currently about 50 staffers strong, is looking to employ about 20 new artists and programmers before summer. n-Space will also be making more space by adding on 7,000 square feet to its home.
In addition to developing new ties to employees, the company fronted with the little "n" may be fostering a relationship with the big "N." The Sentinel reports that n-Space is developing games for Nintendo's next-gen console, code-named Revolution. No details on the game were released, and no official announcement has been made. n-Space's last project was the Nintendo GameCube-exclusive Geist.