What is Project RDRA?
Updated: Jul 12
So, on Thursday (7/2/20) I put out a teaser for one of the in-development games at RetroNinja, Project RDRA. (https://youtu.be/FlELE-XILUQ) I've been toiling away in the background on this thing for a few months now and feel like I'm getting close to having something to show, so what better way to do that than a heavily-processed teaser?
I'm not sure just how much can actually be gleaned from what's shown, but I am pretty certain I don't think anyone will see what's coming. RDRA isn't what I think people would expect from me, but hopefully when they play it, they'll agree it feels like a "Tony Barnes game" and more importantly, that it feels like a "RetroNinja game".
More info to come over the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned!
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About RetroNinja Inc.
Headquartered in Orange County, California, RetroNinja is focused on developing games targeting gamers who crave visceral arcade action/adventure games, on all leading platforms.
Founded in 2020 by industry veteran, Tony Barnes, RetroNinja brings a wealth of experience to the ever-changing videogame industry. With over 35 years of experience, Barnes has created and maintained franchises, revived cult classics and expanded original and licensed IP's, with such high profile titles including; The Strike Series, Star Wars: Episode III, Star Trek DS9: The Fallen, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, Medal of Honor 2010, and Strider 2014.