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Bethesda Allowed To Do Only “One More” Fallout Game

by Ernice Gilbert on January 21st, 2011, under Bethesda, Hot, Interplay, News

The courts are busy these days. First, you have Activision, Vince Zampella and EA fighting over he-said-she said issues concerning the Call of Duty franchise. And now, Bethesda and Interplay are battling it out over the Fallout IP.

Ninja Theory “Dropped Everything” To Work On Devil May Cry Reboot

by Ernice Gilbert on October 7th, 2010, under Capcom, Hot, News, Ninja Theory

Though many gamers weren’t pleased when the new Dante sculpted by Ninja Theory was revealed at TGS, that doesn’t mean said studio isn’t passionate about making the best Devil May Cry game possible. In fact Ninja Theory was in the process of looking at other projects and talking to publishers in hopes of scoring a new deal. However when they were approached by Capcom to reboot the much respected DMC franchise, they simply “dropped everything” and were glad for the opportunity to do so, and humbled by Capcom’s trust.

Sucker Punch And Sony Has An “Incredible Relationship”, But Who’ll Develop inFamous 3?

by Ernice Gilbert on September 27th, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony, Sucker Punch

Sucker has made a name for itself in this generation of consoles with its platinum selling sandbox title, inFamous. The studio’s now hard at work on the sequel, and has made known its love for the PlayStation platform, confirming “it’s a really killer technological platform for us to work on”.

But who’ll develop inFamous 3 was the question posed to studio co-founder Bruce Oberg, after all, Sony owns the inFamous intellectual property (IP), and surely Sucker Punch would like to have something all its own. Bruce Oberg’s response? “We’ll see where we want to go next,” he said.

Activision Looking To ‘New’ Infinity Ward To Create New Franchise

by Ernice Gilbert on June 29th, 2010, under Activision, Infinity Ward, News

If you’ve been following gaming, by now you should know about the debacle that took place between Activision, and the former bosses of the studio it owns, Jason West and Vince Zampella. Since then we’ve seen a cleansing of the studio, with dozens of members leaving to join West and Zampella at Respawn Entertainment, the new studio the two men now run, with much help from EA.

Since then, Activsion has been on the hunt looking for senior development staff to replenish the hurting development team at Infinity Ward, and now the publisher is hoping that the fresh minds they’ve gathered to form the ‘new’ Infinity Ward will bring spanking new ideas to the table and create a “new franchise”.

David Jaffe Is “Absolutely” Available To Make Games For Xbox 360

by Ernice Gilbert on June 22nd, 2010, under Eat Sleep And Play, News

The new Twisted Metal unveiled at E3 last week will be coming to a store near you some time next year, exclusively to the PlayStation 3. But that doesn’t mean Eat, Sleep Play, the company David Jaffe co-heads with Scott Campbell can’t develop another title for other systems including the Xbox 360.