Why are you here?

The world is now home to a new breed of video game company – one that’s been quietly developing for the last five years.

At least that’s the way it’s been described by the likes of Activision, Warner Bros, Ubisoft, Sony and Microsoft, all of which are all currently working on their own games.

The industry is now seeing a resurgence of the idea of ‘next gen’, with both EA and Ubisoft recently announcing that they would be making games for consoles in 2019.

However, a new company called Pinewood Studios isn’t a new concept, as it was founded in 2012.

It’s an entirely new development studio, based in the US, with an annual budget of $30 million.

The studio, which will reportedly work on games such as The Last of Us, Dishonored, The Last Of Us 2 and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, has been announced by co-founder, David Lopresti, who previously worked as the chief creative officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE).

In a video announcing the new studio, Loplandi says that it will develop ‘the next generation of video games’.

“We’ve been building video games for five years and we’ve seen a lot of innovation and growth in the industry over the last decade,” Lopsti says.

“So it’s very exciting that we’re about to take our first step in making a brand new game.”

The next generation…

What exactly does it mean?

The new studio will be a new type of developer, as Pineworn Studios will be building its own games from scratch rather than using existing IP.

“Our studio will use the most advanced hardware and software available to the industry to make the most sophisticated, visually striking and technologically advanced games that we can imagine,” Lops said.

“The studio will also have a unique blend of experience building for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.”

“Pinewood’s unique combination of experience and talent will enable us to deliver the next generation game design.”

Pineworn’s CEO and founder, David, said that their studio’s focus was to create games that are “the most innovative, visually spectacular and technologically sophisticated games possible”.

“As a developer, you have to make sure that your work is the most fun and entertaining you can make,” he said.

Pinewoud Studios will also be working on titles that have been in development for five or more years, as well as titles that are a decade or more in the future.

“This is the kind of game you will play in your dreams,” Lopes said.

He added that they were also looking at the next-generation of consoles and PC gaming.

“We’ll be building our first games on the next gen, as that is the only platform that’s truly capable of delivering next gen gameplay,” he added.

“That means we’ll be able to deliver next-gen experiences that will be as high fidelity and realistic as possible.”

The first thing that jumps out from the video above is the fact that it seems as if the new Pinewost studios plans include the release of games on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

“If you’re a gamer and you’re looking for the next big thing, you can’t get a game like Dishonore: Death of the Outsider on either platform,” Lottes said.

“We’re creating games that have to be as immersive as possible and that is a key pillar of our development strategy.”

As the industry matures, you’re going to see a lot more of the next next gen game coming out.

“Loprest, who has previously worked on both Ubisoft and WBIE, said there were two reasons why they wanted to create their own game.”

Pinowood’s next project is expected to be a co-op game called The Last Resort. “

Secondly, it gives us an opportunity to build a team and focus on the game that’s most important to us.”

Pinowood’s next project is expected to be a co-op game called The Last Resort.

It’s set in the world of Dishonorea, and is described as “a survival horror story”.

In the video, Lottles said that it would be an action game set in Dishonorean times, which was a game he had been working on for a few years.

The video also reveals the studio’s plans for the future of games.

“You’ll be seeing more of our studio’s work come to the next level,” Lones said.

Stephen Harper ‘deeply disappointed’ in NDP’s decision to withdraw from COP-21 talks

The Liberal government is scrambling to salvage a tentative COP-41 deal to curb emissions from the fossil fuel industry, but a growing chorus of Canadian MPs and Canadians say the Harper government has made a fatal mistake.

The Conservative government withdrew its support for the deal, saying the Liberals did not provide the necessary safeguards for Canada’s environment.

“We are deeply disappointed by the Liberal government’s decision,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a statement Friday morning.

“The COP-31 framework is in place, but the Trudeau government has no intention of taking it forward.

It’s a dangerous precedent, and it is unacceptable.”

A Liberal government official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Trudeau’s team “remains deeply disappointed” in the Liberals’ withdrawal.

“There are a number of areas where we disagree with them on,” the official said.

“And there are also areas where they do not agree with us.”

The official, who was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said the Liberals would seek to amend the COP-81 agreement to add a clause allowing countries to withdraw support for climate change mitigation measures if they “do not meet certain environmental standards.”

The Conservative cabinet had been scheduled to meet Friday to discuss COP-71, but its members were instead expected to meet Sunday to consider a new COP-72, which will be announced Saturday afternoon.

The official said the Conservatives were not aware of any new amendments to the COP 81 agreement.

Canada’s national climate plan says that emissions need to be cut at least 30 per cent below 1990 levels by 2050 to avoid dangerous climate change.

The country has committed to a “carbon budget” of 1,200 gigatons of carbon dioxide equivalent per year.

“It’s a really ambitious goal,” said Scott Matthews, a senior climate policy analyst at the think-tank Environment Canada.

“If you’re going to be serious about tackling this problem, we’re going the wrong way.”

Matthews said Canada should not be relying on the UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which commits nations to reduce emissions at a global level, but rather focusing on the COP 71 plan.

“I think the Conservatives have done the wrong thing,” Matthews said.

Trudeau said Friday that Canada was committed to implementing the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

“For me, the Paris accord is a win-win for Canada, and I’m very confident that it will help us in this fight against climate change,” Trudeau said.

Canada, however, has been a leader in international efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and the country is the world’s second-biggest emitter of CO2.

The Canadian government is committed to reducing emissions to the lowest levels in decades, and the Liberal Party, led by Trudeau, has argued that Canada is not in the position to do so.

“In the short term, it’s going to take a few years,” Trudeau told reporters Friday.

“But I don’t see any reason why we can’t be a leader.”

But Matthews said that while Canada has pledged to reduce its emissions, it does not meet the carbon budget it pledged to in the Paris deal.

“Our economy has already been hurt by it,” Matthews added.

“What we need to do is reduce our emissions significantly, and if we do that, then we’ll be a lot closer to our Paris commitments.”

Matthews noted that the Trudeau administration has not made any commitment to the Paris agreement and has not publicly announced its intentions.

“They’re not announcing the climate plan, they’re not talking about the climate deal, they’ve just done nothing to show they’re committed to it,” he said.

While the COP21 agreement is the strongest and most comprehensive climate plan in history, there are other major challenges facing Canada in the coming decades, Matthews said, including sea-level rise, sea-water pollution, rising sea levels, acidification of the oceans, and ozone depletion.

Matthews said the COP71 deal was not enough, and that it should have included the “deeply significant” targets to reduce greenhouse gas pollution from sources like power plants, factories, and vehicles.

“A number of countries have already come to Canada to discuss their climate goals and commitments,” Matthews noted.

“Canada is not going to go and negotiate with countries that are far less developed and much more vulnerable than Canada.”

Matthews also said the government should have kept the focus on the Paris climate deal.

Trudeau was asked during the question period whether Canada could afford to continue to rely on a U.S.-led accord that will see the U.N. and other countries impose tough economic penalties on countries that do not comply with its greenhouse gas reduction pledges.

Trudeau responded that “we’ve made that very clear.

But we have to be realistic about the cost of the U (Paris) agreement.”

“If we do the wrong things, if we don’t work on this, if you’re really serious about solving the climate crisis, you’ve got to be very clear about what you’re committing to