Above: Tim Schafer, a game designer everyone loves (left). Bobby Kotick, a CEO everyone loves to hate (right)
In an intimate interview with Eurogamer, Double Fine Productions’ Tim Schafer talks what he loves, like the film Casablanca and the first time he played Super Mario 64. But he also talks about some of the things he hates, managing to call Activision’s CEO Bobby Kotick ‘a total prick’ and a ‘dick.’
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Metacritic, one of the most-visited game review aggregation sites, has just granted a big dose of credibility to the iPhone game market. The site, which pulls in and averages review scores from all over the Web, has added the iPhone platform to its database.
John Davidson, VP of programming for CBS Interactive, which owns Metacritic, said the decision was made based on favorable reaction to other iPhone content...
If there's a 360 game from Japan that's creating plenty of buzz right now, it's Dead Rising. Wait... we meant a game that actually hadn't yet been announced for US release. So scratch that: we're talking about Bullet Witch.
The game puts you in the magical shoes of a feisty witch named Alicia. By 2013, the world has become overrun with demons - and the human race is on the brink of being wiped out. The best solution, apparently, is to send a sexy woman with a gun shaped like a broom into the
We've managed to get hold of a load of shots of Bullet Witch, the Xbox 360 action game that is due out in Japan today, but is still awaiting a US release date.
Microsoft is continually trying to increase the popularity of its console in Japan and believes indigenous products are the way forward. Consequently, much is expected of Cavia-developed shooter Bullet Witch.
The action takes place in 2013 when mankind is on the verge of extinction due to a demon invasion. It's at this low ebb that a
Friday 11 August 2006
Bullet Witch, the explosive Xbox 360 shooter developed by Japan-based Cavia, will definitely be released in the UK now that publisher Atari has snapped up the game.
Bullet Witch is set in a nightmarish futuristic vision of Earth, where mankind is under threat from an invasion of demons - you know the kind of thing. Just when it seems all hope has gone, up pops a witch called Alicia.
Rather than riding a broomstick and living in a house made of gingerbread, Alicia is the
We dug up a batch of ten new Bullet Witch screens for you, but imagine our surprise as we browsed through them and found only one bullet. We just wanted to think up some of our classically hilarious captions, but instead we found the premise for an entire news story. Not only are there barely any bullets in these Bullet Witch screens, but two of them don't even have any characters in them (check out our favorite witch-less shot
Xbox 360's action game of magic and guns Bullet Witch can now be boosted with new content available to download from Xbox Live Marketplace.
Bullet Witch lead character Alicia can now be decked out in a White Witch costume for free - see attached pic - and a brand new mission Dynamite Beauty can be yours for 20 Microsoft Points.
In addition, new versions of the "Clad in Streaming Black" mission, one featuring "Great Spells" unlocked and the other a heightened level of difficulty are available