Bend Studio

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Bend Studio is an American video game developer located in Bend, Oregon. It was founded in 1995 by Marc Blank and Michael Berlyn as Eidetic and was purchased by Sony Computer Entertainment America in 2000, now operating as part of PlayStation Studios. The studio is best known for developing the Syphon Filter series and (more infamously) Bubsy 3D for the PlayStation.

Logo (November 6, 2001-May 18, 2021)

Visuals: It generally consists of the two words "bend" in a rounded font and "STUDIO". The end curve in the "n" in "bend" replaces the "I" in "STUDIO".

Technique: Unknown.

Audio: Unknown.

Availability: Seen on all games developed by the studio so far, which include the Syphon Filter series starting with the 3rd installment, Resistance: Retribution for PSP, two Uncharted spin-off games for PS Vita, and Days Gone for PS4 and PC.

Bend Studio
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