John Meister, left, and Richie Hoagland recently published their first commercial video game for Xbox 360. They named their company Super Soul after a defunct radio station that operated in the Black and Williams Neighborhood Center on Georgetown Street. Their office is in the station's former space.
John Meister, left, and Richie Hoagland recently published their first commercial video game for Xbox 360. They named their company Super Soul after a defunct radio station that operated in the Black and Williams Neighborhood Center on Georgetown Street. Their office is in the station's former space.
John Meister, left, and Richie Hoagland recently published their first commercial video game for Xbox 360. They named their company Super Soul after a defunct radio station that operated in the Black and Williams Neighborhood Center on Georgetown Street. Their office is in the station's former space.

Video-game developers Super Soul nurture the industry in Lexington

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