I think the Venice studio Blur may suit better. Head of Oddworld Lorne Lanning and I used to work together at Rhythm & Hues, and he knows what he’s doing. Anyway, work like Fausto’s would match Blur’s style…more so than Oddworld’s which is little more quirky and dark.
With Blur, I would just watch your back. Haven’t worked at Oddworld but it’s very focused and intense.