This video game based on the classic DC Comics hero was an unfortunate casualty of Brash Entertainment's demise last year.
When Brash Entertainment folded last year, one of the hot properties that died alongside it was a video game based on The Flash, the DC Comics superhero. A video straight from one of the members of developer BottleRocket recently surfaced and while rough, shows off a lot of the ideas that they had.
The former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling's development studio is looking for a programmer with PlayStation 3 experience.
According to a recent job listing on Gamasutra, former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling's 38 Studios and their recent acquisition Big Huge Games are searching for a senior PS3 programmer, a lead art director, and a narrative designer, all with experience on Sony's platform.
A retailer conference reveals the date and price of the upcoming platformer.
Kotaku reports on a supposed news leak from a Nintendo retailer conference in Japan. According to Kotaku, the price point and release date for New Super Mario Bros. Wii are now set. The game will be priced at ¥5,800 (US$66) and will hit stores on December 3.
The Activision subsidiary was reportedly shut down because they didn't want to commit to a specific franchise.
Shaba Games has shut down according to Neogaf and Wikipedia. The Activision subsidiary developed last year's Spider-Man: Web of Shadows and also worked on many other well-received games, most in the extreme sports genres.
Consumers who buy their titles from Gamestop online will no longer receive empty black boxes only containing the game itself.
It’s no secret that many of the pre-owned games sold at Gamestop are lacking things like the official box art and any packaged inserts. However, according to Gamestop’s website, they will now guarantee that all games purchased online will arrive to their owners in working condition and include cover art along with a manual.
Notice an abundance of loading screen mini-games in Namco Bandai games? It's because they own the copyright for them.
At a recent event, PixlBit saw the latest Namco Bandai-published Dragon Ball: Raging Blast for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This game has a short mini-game that you can play during the loading screen where you drag a cursor around and collect money. Apparently Namco Bandai owns the copyright for the concept according to Timothy Ng, associate public relations manager.