The Sandbox and Dimitri “Vegas” Thivaios partner to bring Alien Samurai Dino Warriors to the metaverse

Artist and actor Dimitri “Vegas” Thivaios’ Dream Big Productions announced today an exclusive partnership with The Sandbox, to bring an authentic Alien Samurai Dino Warriors arcade experience to The Sandbox. Set in its own LAND in The Sandbox, the “DinoVerse” experience will pay tribute to classic beat ’em up arcade games with a voxel-style makeover.

The DinoVerse in The Sandbox will feature voxel versions of fan-favorite Alien Samurai Dino Warriors heroes and villains. The characters will go toe-to-toe in an exciting gaming experience, including a plethora of powerful weapons and assets players can use to customize their equipment. In addition to playing together, players will be able to meet and chat in the DinoVerse LAND using their avatar characters.

Alien Samurai Dino Warriors is an upcoming graphic novel series, created by Dimitri Vegas, alongside Erik Burnham — one of IDW Publishing’s most critically acclaimed writers on properties like Ghostbusters, Back To The Future, Transformers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and many more. Also joining the iconic development team is acclaimed producer David Uslan and his renowned father Michael Uslan, the originator of the Batman film franchises, from 1989’s Batman to Chris Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, Zach Snyder’s Batman V Superman and Justice League, to the Oscar-winning The Joker and the upcoming The Batman film.

“The versatility of Dimitri Vegas’s talent and the variety of his work reflect the diversity of art and entertainment we look to showcase in The Sandbox,” said Sebastien Borget, COO and Co-Founder of The Sandbox. “We are excited to welcome Alien Samurai Dino Warriors to the metaverse.”

As a first step to welcoming Alien Samurai Dino Warriors into its metaverse, The Sandbox will offer an exclusive free voxel-dinosaur to current collectable holders of the first Dino Warriors NFT series. More details on this offer will be announced shortly.



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