Acclaim Studios London

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

In spring 1999, British video game developer Probe Entertainment was brought by Acclaim Entertainment under their Iguana brand as "Iguana London" for a while, before it was renamed to "Acclaim Studios London" a few months later like other studios that were part of Acclaim. The studio was closed in April 2000 with sequels to their later projects moving over to the newly-formed Acclaim Studios Cheltenham.

Iguana London

Logo (1999)

Visuals: Against a green iguana skin textured background, there is the Iguana Entertainment logo of the time with the word "LONDON" in spaced-out letters in place of the word "ENTERTAINMENT". It has a glow ray effect around it.

Technique: CGI converted into a photo.

Audio: None.

Availability: Only appears on the first demo of Re-Volt for PC.

Acclaim Studios London

Logo (18 August 1999-2 August 2000)

Visuals: The usual Acclaim Studios logo, used for all studios during the era. The word "LONDON" is written in a vertical font to the right (see the Acclaim Studios Austin logo for more information).

Variant: On Armorines: Project Swarm, the background is custom blue.

Technique: CGI converted into a photo.

Audio: None or the game's title theme for the Nintendo 64 version of Armorines.

Availability: Seen on Re-Volt and Armorines: Project Swarm.

Probe Entertainment
Acclaim Studios London
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