Archive for July 14th, 2012

Review | Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy

by Adam Larckon July 14, 2012
Even if you hate Final Fantasy you probably can’t doubt that the music is damn good. In fact, it’s probably one of the high points of the series. So, when Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy was announced to be focusing around the music, I was immediately intrigued. It looked like a light version of Guitar Hero mixed […]

Codemasters Racing Unveils New Take on Formula One with F1 Race Stars

by Drew Robbinson July 14, 2012
Formula One racing is big overseas. The same can not be said for the sport’s presence in America, a country in which its impact is so minimal that it might best be compared to the audible effect of a pen dropping in a nightclub. Codemasters Racing, the studio from which all of the league’s titles […]

World of War Chest? Activision Blizzard May Be Seeking Buyers

by Ryan Bateson July 14, 2012
Major power players in the gaming world have been flirting with the idea of buying a majority stake in one of the most profitable companies in the industry, and you, too, could effectively control the decisions of Activision Blizzard for the low, low price of $8.1 billion. Vivendi, owner of the majority stake in Activision […]

Lead Designer for BF3 Leaves DICE

by Ramon Arandaon July 14, 2012
DICE has just lost its lead designer for Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2, as David Goldfarb informed Kotaku that, “it was time to move on” but emphasized that “fans have nothing to worry about.” Apparently Goldfarb will be continuing his work on a book (fiction). Neither EA or DICE have commented on his […]

Scribblenauts Dev Says Wii U More Powerful than PS3, Xbox 360

by Ramon Arandaon July 14, 2012
Depending on whom you want to believe, the Nintendo Wii U, is either as powerful, slightly less powerful or just a tad more powerful than the PS3 and Xbox 360. Scribblenauts developer 5th Cell, who is currently working on Scribblenauts Unlimited, says the Wii U is “definitely more powerful than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation […]