Part 3/3 of Amerath’s new journey takes place after Alethrion and Amerath break up in the prequel to “The Reward” called “The First Hero”.
The little demi god Ruden gave his powers to Amerath just before he died as Alethrion killed his creator. With these new powers Amerath is basically a god too. Her basic ability is “vision” just like Ruden. She can see danger, past, present, potential future, and other things with her symbol which has the shape of an eye.
Now it’s up to her to decide what to do with it! Remember to watch into the credits where we see her many years later (gods don’t age) recruiting Lord Zerol for her new guild, “Amerath’s Guild”, which is a group of worthy heroes dealing with what Amerath’s warnings.
n this talk given at GDC 2013, art director Matt Nava presents the artwork he created during the development of the game Journey by thatgamecompany. This talk summarizes creative processes, inspirations, challenges, and constraints that were encountered while designing the art direction for this critically acclaimed and award-winning title.
Some fantastic practical shots and slow motion acquisition for this Biotherm Aquasource commercial. The behind the scenes footage reveals a lot about the process.
Part 2/3 of Amerath’s new journey takes place after Alethrion and Amerath break up in “The First Hero”. After Amerath found a broken and hurt Ruden in a mysterious bottle left in her backpack by Alethrion, she decides to help it getting it’s strength back.
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Part 1/3 of Amerath’s new journey takes place after Alethrion and Amerath break up in “The First Hero”. The gods have send 4 Rudens to capture Alethrion’s Greed in a Bottle of holding before it gets too powerful. Amerath finds one of these Rudens amoung Alethrion’s stuff in her backpack. The Ruden was caught in its own bottle by Alethrion and is hurt and broken, but still desires to catch The Greed.
Graduation movie directed by / Film de fin d’études réalisé par :
Damien Deschamps, Vincent Gallut & Lucie Prigent.
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