MicroProse Returns and Announces New Game
Paul Wozniak, 01 September 2019, 21:41
The once popular game dev company, specializing mainly in strategy games and simulators - MicroProse - was acquired by David Lagettie. In a recent interview, he said that the first new titles will appear soon.
Telltale Games Resurrected
Michael Kulakowski, 28 August 2019, 22:40
Adventure game specialists Telltale Games will be revived by the new owners of the rights to the team name and its achievements, who have purchased them thanks to Chinese capital. There is a chance that in the future there will be a continuation to such series as The Wolf Among Us and Batman: The Telltale Series.
Disney Revives Lucasfilm Games
Bart Swiatek, 20 March 2019, 14:41
Disney Studios – the current owner of the Star Wars franchise – decided to reanimate Lucasfilm Games, also known as LucasArts, a developer team originally founded in 1982.
Scalebound Returns... on Nintendo Switch?
Jacob Blazewicz, 19 February 2019, 15:33
Nintendo Insider acquired information suggesting the revival of Scalebound. According to the website's sources, the game from PlatinumGames will launch as a Nintendo Switch exclusive.
I.G.I. 3 may be in works
luckie, 04 January 2017, 14:41
Back in the early 2000s Project I.G.I. and I.G.I. 2: Covert Strike first-person shooters gained a faithful following of fans who loved the games despite some technical issues. Now the series is about to get another installment from the original creators.
Silent Hills-inspired Allison Road back on tracks
luckie, 23 August 2016, 11:35
Here's good news for all those in mourning after the cancellation of Silent Hills-inspired game Allison Road. The works on the game have been resumed by its original developer.
Obsidian Entertainment is working on a new game
Pirlond, 13 November 2015, 15:11
Project North Carolina, that was being developed by Obsidian some time ago is alive in different form.
People Can Fly No Longer Belongs to Epic Games and Returns to its Old Name
Pirlond, 25 June 2015, 11:32
Polish studio People Can Fly is once again an independent team. Its representatives informed that that the studio is no longer part of Epic Games, although the developers will continue to work with the company that created Unreal Engine.