Jon Doyle, the CEO, and creator of the independent publisher Lost In Cult, announced on Twitter yesterday that the business will soon be launching a new label/ethos devoted to the preservation of video games.
ENS, or Everything Not Saved to give it its full and proper name, will be a new venture dedicated to preserving video game culture and art & media through "books, exhibits, events, archives, & beyond". The name itself is a clever nod to the old video game adage ("Everything/Anything not saved will be lost"), which is about saving your data before shutting off your system and seems like a fitting title for an initiative of this nature.
In case you're completely unfamiliar with Lost In Cult and what it is doing already, it is the company behind the premium gaming journal Lock-On, as well as books like Sable: Design Works and A Handheld History 88-95. Recently, it's also been branching out into other areas, announcing a new record label for video game music and a new trivia game in collaboration with Did You Know Gaming.
Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like there's a lot of info available yet on ENS, but in the tweet, Doyle promised more news will be coming soon! We'll try and keep you updated once we know more, but for now, we recommend following @lostincult on Twitter to stay abreast of the most up-to-date announcements as they come.