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Gorath June 27th, 2007 04:36

A Day at Piranha Bytes'
 
World of Piranha Bytes posted a huge picture collection illustrating a work day at PB´s office. The pics are sorted in chronological order from 8 am to 8 pm. Art director Ralf Marzcinzcik wrote some German annotations into them but unfortunately .
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Brother None June 27th, 2007 04:36

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Art director Ralf Marzcinzcik wrote some German annotations into them but unfortunately .
Indeed, that is unfortunate.

Gorath June 27th, 2007 05:08

The forum monster has eaten the rest of the sentence …

txa1265 June 27th, 2007 15:39

I actually found the annotations helpful even given my meager knowledge of German.

Jabberwocky June 27th, 2007 16:34

Okay, I just have to have that life-size statue of the Nordic Warrior in that one shot.
Who wants to storm PB HQ with me in a covert mission to extract said statue? :wry:

Anyone?………



Anyone?…………………..




You guys suck, I guess I'll have to do it myself! :sneaky:

txa1265 June 27th, 2007 16:41

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Originally Posted by Jabberwocky (Post 33824)
You guys suck, I guess I'll have to do it myself! :sneaky:

Do you think they'll question it on the plane … we'll have to split the extra seat and lump it around like 'Weekend at Bernies'

aries100 June 27th, 2007 20:01

-eh-

The comments made on the screenshots just explains what everyone is doing, like 'here's 5 minutes for lunch' or something like that. Nothing much more than
this.

chamr June 27th, 2007 21:06

Is it just me, or do these guys look relieved to be free of Gothic and JoWood? :D

Ragon der Magier June 27th, 2007 21:23

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Originally Posted by Gorath
… Art director Ralf Marzcinzcik wrote some German annotations into them but unfortunately he didnīt forget to blur all parts showing their next game.

Yeah, those PBs - they can never get it right! :S
Stupid bummers!
:biggrin:


Quote:

Originally Posted by Jabberwocky (Post 33824)
Okay, I just have to have that life-size statue of the Nordic Warrior in that one shot.
Who wants to storm PB HQ with me in a covert mission to extract said statue? :wry:

… while weīre at "unfortunate".
Your plan might turn out just the same.
Along with disclosing infos on the location of their lair, they stated to have taken extensive security measures to keep off anybody trying to sneak in with similar intents as you.

So in really wonder about your resources…
:cool:


Ragon, the thieving Mage
;)

Moriendor June 27th, 2007 21:34

Interesting and… revealing photo series. So basically a day at Piranha Bytes consists mostly of cigarette and coffee breaks. That definitely explains why they don't get crap done anywhere near in time :biggrin: .

chamr June 27th, 2007 22:10

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Originally Posted by Moriendor (Post 33878)
Interesting and… revealing photo series. So basically a day at Piranha Bytes consists mostly of cigarette and coffee breaks. That definitely explains why they don't get crap done anywhere near in time :biggrin: .

Yeah, I guess it's a qualification for a job at PB: smoker = yes. I know you Europeans like your butts, but that office looked like a throw-back to 1970.

doctor_kaz June 27th, 2007 22:28

I can't wait to see the next game that these guys do. I don't care if they don't make the next Gothic game. I would love to see them create a new IP.

lostnumber June 27th, 2007 23:07

I'd love to work in an office environment like that. Where'd the dog come from? Did anyone else notice that sections look like a house as opposed to an office?

We need some German Feng Shui in Chicago.

mudsling3 June 28th, 2007 00:11

So they decided to leak us some info about the new game… and who's wise ass that blured the pictures :(

Wulf June 28th, 2007 02:20

I see this as a PR exercise in portraying a relaxed, friendly family image - It's to let JoWood & Co' see that things have turned out fine after all. :sarcasticclap:

Gorath June 28th, 2007 02:44

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Originally Posted by lostnumber (Post 33888)
I'd love to work in an office environment like that. Where'd the dog come from? Did anyone else notice that sections look like a house as opposed to an office?

We need some German Feng Shui in Chicago.

It is a house. Behind their garden is a cemetary. Thatīs why itīs so green. :biggrin:

The coffee machine is on the 1st floor. Two rooms with beds on the 2nd.

Cantello June 28th, 2007 09:19

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Originally Posted by lostnumber (Post 33888)
I'd love to work in an office environment like that.

Ugh. In an environment where everybody smokes? No thanks…

But then again it looked very homy and cosy. :-)


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