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Celenic Game Studios presents AIR Entertainment – New Gaming News Site

What we are sure no one can get enough of are sites that bring you the latest news. One of our publishing divisions, Celenic Game Studios, has started a new gaming news website called AIR Entertainment. The acronym stands for Announcements, Interviews and Reviews, while also representing our favourite natural element.

This follows our departure from The Pulse Entertainment and starting our own news site. You may have noticed that they are no longer listed as partners at the bottom of the page. We won’t expand on that too much right now.

The website is already up and running, and you can visit it by clicking on the image below. We have been planning in how many forms we want to bring news from the gaming industry to you. When we have everything set up we will let you know, but as a teaser we already have youtube set up for some gaming coverage, retrospectives and expo visits. We have been spreading out to Indie and AAA developers to provide us with the latest news, so expect to see a lot of content over the next few weeks.

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We know we’ve been quiet lately, but remember: we’ve branched out to various divisions and this site will be upgraded soon to include all of them and more. We’ve also been busy with our Guinness World Record attempt, and Celenic Earth Publishers will be providing more information on that soon. Finally, we will be bringing more news on gaming platforms we have partnered with to develop games on.

So if we are quiet.. it is because we are working so hard at bringing you the best we can.

 

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We’ve got some new Entertainment Partners, and We’d like to Show Them Off

This last week we’ve been establishing some proper partnerships with some organisations we’ve been having some dealings with. This network has been steadily growing in the last month, but some things have been cast in solid stone.

Far be it from us to keep silent on the matter, especially when we find this new venture rather exciting. So here’s a bit of an introduction to all of them.


THE PULSE ENTERTAINMENT

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The Pulse Entertainment {TPE} presents news, reviews and interviews of anything in the entertainment industry, such as games, movies, books, music, anime, etc. Currently we have four of our authors from our Anthologies writing for TPE, namely Shaun M Jooste, Andi Hodgetts, Wesley Jade, Pragashnie Naidoo and Sarah Beth James, the last of which actually owns TPE.

Any literary news that Celenic Earth Publications {CEP} has to share will also be announced on and shared by TPE, and any CEP writers will have a chance to write for TPE should they pass the audition. They will also be looking for further opportunities in the industry to grow together, many of which have already been realised.


KEYSTONE GAMES

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Keystone Games is a developer of AAA games which has launched recently. The profits from their games go to the disabled and less fortunate, and are even staffed by those with disabilities. You can see an interview done by Pulse Entertainment that explains more of what they do.

CEP and TPE have both partnered with Keystone, which have already yielded some results. TPE have been privy to some new game reveals, which were announced on the site, and author Shaun Jooste has done some interviews with Keystone and made some leads with their game developers. Andi Hodgetts has been signed on as an actor for one of the games, Homicide Detective, and negotiations are underway for Jooste also to become involved with the team as a writer. We hope for much more to come in the near future, but more detail cannot be released at this point.


ANTREYA STUDIOS

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Antreya Studios is busing developing a MMORPG game called Antreya Chronicles, which will be vast in terms of the world presented to online players as well as the ability to customise characters and skills. Our author Shaun Jooste has also been involved with interviewing the lead members of the Antreya team for TPE, which has been gaining an incredible amount of views of Facebook and Twitter.

Both anthology authors Dean Clark and Jooste are writers for Antreya Chronicles, focusing on the lore, main plot, character descriptions and side quests for the game. CEP has agreed to be the main publisher of future game books and novel spin-offs for Antreya Chronicles, as well as a special surprise which we will announce when the time is appropriate.


SALTY GOAL PRODUCTIONS

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Salty Goal Productions is also a game developer, with a game that has been Steam greenlit for further development. Hegis’ Grasp is not only a horror game soon to be released, but the gamebook has been written by Dean Clark and published by CEP.

We’re looking forward to this business relationship with SGP, hoping it will bring more opportunities for books to be written and published. We will be announcing any further news for the release of games on TPE and books on CEP. Here is a trailer for the upcoming game, which is for adults only.


DEEP BLUE GAMES

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Deep Blue Games has been developing some games for a while now, and their main focus is their upcoming game, WerWolf. Shaun Jooste has taken to interviewing them for GameTyrant and has such a keen interest in the game.

As with SGP, we will be keeping up any news for their work to be announced on TPE and are hoping to publish any novel adaptations for them. Here is a trailer for the upcoming WerWolf.


DEVIL’S PEEK GAMES

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Devil’s Peek Games has a special place in the CEP heart. Both of us are based in Cape Town, South Africa. When Shaun Jooste interviewed DPG for TPE, discovering that they had developed Puzzleverse that would be published by Keystone, he realised that they were based almost around the corner from CEP.

We will continue to watch DPG for further announcements to be made on TPE, while keeping our doors open for literary writing and publishing opportunities. Here is a sneak peek of their upcoming Puzzleverse.


And that’s it from us for now on our partners, although discussions are currently underway with other potential partners, one which will help get our foot in the screenwriting industry for films.

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