We're a small company composed of an eclectic mix of writers, software developers, game designers, and film makers creating narrative heavy, interactive games with a very cinematic, tv-and-film-like feel.
We're targeting the existing "gamer" market, casual game players, and an extended group of people who enjoy films and television, but don't see themselves as gamers.
This is an odd project - we're actually pretty happy with our current logo. Unfortunately, our logo was originally created as a one-off, temporary affair, and the source files are fairly low-res. Suitable for the basic web work, but insufficient for our other impending uses.
What we need is our current logo, recreated as a scalable *vector* file, rather then our current DPI-limited raster image. Unfortunately, we lack the in-house resources to correct this in the limited time-frame we have available.
The logo should be pretty straightforward to rebuild as a vector image, given it's basically just text, simple lines, and gradients. That said, if a vector representation isn't doable, we'd be willing to settle for a series of raster versions, rendered at a variety of DPI's.
Note that we have 2 versions of the logo - the full logo (the entire text of Chromed), and the small logo (just the "c" from the full logo). We expect both versions to be handled as part of this project.
To more broadly answer a relevant question - the font used was Century Gothic, bolded.