Pseudo Interactive, the developers for the car combat series Full Auto, published by Sega and released on the Xbox 360 and PS3, have been shut down.
Pseudo were working on an unannounced project for Sci and Eidos, but both companies decided to scrap the project that Pseudo was working on. This eventually lead to its downfall, but it did try to continue by making several staff members redundant, but it didn't set a new deal with another publisher in time to survive.
A Polish magazine has blown the whistle on some juicy facts including some in-game screens. Gamers will be racing through more perilous tracks with the new tropical setting, mountains, jungle and even volcanoes get a look-in.
You can make your own character and splash your own styling’s on your drive, improved smack-ups and cams are on the table too.
Sector3Games released version 2.6 of their stunt driving game demo, StunutMAINIA!pro. "StuntMANIA!pro is a fast paced 3D car stunt driving game, where you get to perform the most amazing tricks and stunts in some really cool environments."
Download the StuntMANIA!pro 2.6 demo.
They plan for MotoGP's 2008 season to reach Xbox360, PS3, PC, Wii, PS2 and mobiles. It will also include the top manufacturers Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki along with some top riders.
Capcom now also control K2, the studio responsible for the Tenchu and Valhalla Knights games.
Many gamers and fans of the GT series have been left feeling a little blue as the promised day early release of Prologue over PSN yesterday never materialized. Supposedly it won't appear until Saturday "at the earliest".
The game is available in stores today, and there will hopefully be an official statement from Sony today. This no-show might be related to the recent breach of the PlayStation Store.
Irrgheist Games, developers of H-Craft Championship, has revealed that it is currently working on two projects for the PC. Both are racing themed games, but the first one appears to be a futuristic Street racing game named Sci-Fi City, whilst the second one is a Sci-Fi Rally game that will feature volcano-mountains and snowy woods.
GT5 Prologue is but days away but many have been puzzled at whether they should just save their dosh and get the full game. Chris Hinojosa-Miranda, SCEA associate producer, has revealed that the full game is "about a year away."
Prologue has already enjoyed a huge pre-order platinum success here in Europe.
Photographer Paul Ferradas has said a photo he took of a model has ended up being used without consent from him or the model.
Apparently an ex-boyfriend of the model was playing Juiced 2 and recognised her in the "loading - please wait" images of the game. No comment from THQ at the moment, which may be scrambling to investigate themselves.
Sci-fi-London announced today that Electronic Arts will be the official games sponsor for this years Sci-fi-London event, the UK's only dedicated science fiction and fantastic fill festival which will run from 30th April to 4th May 2008 at the Apollo west end theater.
Candella Systems and Eipix Entertainment announced today that it is developing Pyroblazer, a futuristic combat racing game for the PC, Nintendo Wii & Sony PSP.
We Europeans seem a bit crazy for the racing game which is only a taste of the full Gran Turismo 5 to be released in the future. This Prologue rush has given Sony their first pre-release platinum title for the PS3.
The game will be released and available on Blu-ray disc on March 26, a download via PSN will come online the day after.
That's 3 weeks a head of the US release. The day after on March 28 will see the Blu-ray version with both carrying a £24.99 tag, unless you choose the PS3 bundle priced at £299 also available on March 28.
Oddly the downloadable version isn't any cheaper than getting it on disc, but at least the EU version carries more content that its Japanese counterpart.
Initial D fans, rejoice! No longer will you have to go to the local arcades, undoubtedly dying away, to get your fix of the racing game/TV show. Soon it will be hitting the PS3, not only looking better, but packing in all the features you'd expect from a standard console racer. Meaning online play, big solo campaign, etc.
Nintendo having promised previously that gamers would get to create their own rooms where they can chat to other racers, have now reversed their decision and instead have installed fixed phrases or taunts to use.
Who'd have thought Mario Kart would be a ticking-time bomb for sass and textual debauchery?
If what reports suggest are true, then European gamers are in for a real treat when 25 cult classic PlayStation One games are released onto the PlayStation store. Apparently they'll be unleashed soon.
A BBC report on the GDC event claims that Evolution Studios’ upcoming MotorStorm 2 for the PS3 will be available for the holiday season. Players will be at high-speeds off-road again but away from the previous desert settings, they'll be tearing their way through a tropical island this time with rich interactive environments and vegetation. Thrown into the mix - a four player split-screen mode too.
If you've been looking forward to the release of Gran Turismo 5 then you might be disappointed to hear that British retailer GAME has put forward a release date of 2009, which could or could not be correct.
Nintendo announced this morning that the next installment in the Mario Kart Series, Mario Kart Wii, is set to be released in Europe on April 11th 2008.
Looking to put gravity-defying exhilaration into action, Disney has enlisted Black Rock Studios to develop "Pure" on next-gen consoles and PC. Unlike traditional ATV games where the emphasis is usually on simulation, Pure is an arcade racer with nothing but 'extreme' on its mind to let players exercise the dare-devil within.
There's a whole host of characters to choose from and then gamers can either match off against AI or go against up to 16 players online. Wes Miller, pro rider and the founder of H-Bomb Films, is also offering his advice throughout to Black Rock Studios helping them maintain an authentic quad culture, while still having room for 'crazy'.
Don't worry lonely people, your valentines day won't come and go like last year; quietly and slowly. This year, you've got a valentine. Bizarre Creations of Project Gotham Racing fame has got your back.
Not only is there paid stuff, but something for you guys who can't buy chocolates for your love. As in, free. The free challenge pack comes with the Peugeot Flux and two new game modes. Those of you who can afford a little extra get a Camaro concept, 2007 Ferrari 430 Scuderia, five more cars and three bikes.
And there's more.