Alex Seropian, formerly of Bungie and currently of Wideload, has a crack team of coding hippopotami (always wanted to use that word in a post) focused on bringing a digital nugget of gaming pleasure to XBLA.
He spoke with Brandon Sheffield of Gamasutra earlier this week and admitted (under duress, mind you) that Wideload "[has] a game right now that is destined for Live Arcade."
This announcement comes at an interesting moment considering the recent announcement of Marathon: Durandal. The original Marathon was co-designed by Seropian, who also helped give birth to the Myth series as well as that little game called Halo: Combat Evolved. But Seropian is not one to linger on the past as he left Bungie in 2003 to found Wideload and develop Stubbs The Zombie.
Hopefully, that irreverent sense of humor over at Wideload appears in their XBLA game (humor is majorly underused/absent in games). But, the real question on my mind is this: how could this game possibly live up to the sheer brilliance of the tease on Wideload's home page:
COMING SOON! Project: Hot Sauce And The Rainbow Space Car