Back in 2015, Rare co-founder Tim Stamper shared some cool info about past projects on social media – and, after a prolonged period of silence, he's about to do it again.
Stamper has taken to both Twitter and Instagram to tease the fact he's about to reveal "more secrets" from the Rare vault.
The first post has just gone live:
Stamper founded Rare back in 1985, and would work closely with Nintendo on the SNES, Game Boy, NES and N64 before selling the company to Microsoft for $375 million in 2002.
The Stampers would leave the company in 2007 but would return to games by investing in FortuneFish, a new studio founded by Tim's son.