Ubisoft needs gamers’ help to create final level of Child of Eden


29 Sep 2010

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Ubisoft is launching “The Journey Project,” calling on gamers to help complete the final level of the upcoming Child of Eden for the Xbox 360 and PS3 by submitting images of their favourite memories of Earth.

Gamers are encouraged to send personal images for consideration at the Child of Eden website.

Examples include images of happy faces, nature shots, landscape views and other positive images.

“The theme of Child of Eden is ‘Hope and Happiness’ and I want players to experience happy feelings every time they play the game,” said Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Q? Entertainment studio founder and creative director of Child of Eden.

“I need your help to convey these positive emotions, so please send us pictures that give you good vibes so we can include them in the ending of the game.”

Child of Eden pushes the player into the centre of a battle to save Project Lumi, a mission to reproduce a human personality inside Eden, the archive of all human memories.

The archive is invaded by an unknown virus near its completion and the player must save Eden and restore hope and peace.

It is a multi-sensory shooter that incorporates synchronised music and kaleidoscopic visuals.

The deadline for submission is 20 November 2010 and all approved images will appear in the final level of Child of Eden.

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