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Employees at the development studio Budcat Creations aren’t at the office today. Instead, they’re gathered at a bar down the street from their headquarters office in Iowa City drinking and calling friends and family. According to an anonymous source that contacted PC Gamer, that’s because the development studio has been shut down by parent company Activision. Budcat employees were notified about the closure when they were met by security guards and consultants outside their office this morning. The future of Activision-owned studio Bizarre Creations is also in question...
James Bond 007: Blood Stone is out, and with it comes Actvision's Blood Stone launch trailer which features the secret-agent Brit in all of his face kicking, gut punching, car chasing badassery...
The Golden Joystick's Action Game of the Year category might make your head explode.
James Bond: Blood Stone is a big deal for developer Bizarre Creations. Thanks to movie studio MGM’s financial woes, the next film in the 007 series has been given the silver screen kibosh indefinitely. That means the only place Bond fans can get their fix of Daniel Craig’s sauve stealthy operative anytime soon, is in the Liverpool-based developer’s game or GoldenEye 007 on Wii. We recently visited Bizarre’s studios to get an extensive hands-on with the game. Inside, you'll find out why Blood Stone’s Bond is every bit as badass as the recent films.
Let the wild casting speculation begin! This week, the movie rag Variety revealed that film rights for the Just Cause franchise have been optioned to L+E Pictures, with producer Adrian Askarieh set to develop the script with Hollywood scribe Michael Ross...
Since its announcement at E3, I’ve been waiting for this Goldeneye 007 remake with guarded interest. Back in the late ‘90s I probably put 200 hours into the multiplayer for the N64 original, and this game looks better every time I see it, but the disappointment over the last remake, subtitled Rogue Agent, still stings. But this most recent trailer, a look at how the developers have been working on updating it, makes me a little more positive about this game’s right to exist...
As a general rule, you can bet that there are always at least two James Bond games in development. We've talked up the upcoming Wii GoldenEye remake, but also announced at this year's E3 (and leaked prior, of course) was the new PC, 360, PS3 entry: Blood Stone.
But who cares, right? Just another 7/10 Bond game, yeah? No! Wait! Keep reading. You might be more interested than you expect...
In what must be the strangest turn of events for all games media, GamesRadar engaged in a futile display of shark-related coverage to coincide with the annual hysteria that surrounds The Discovery Channel's Shark Week. Turns out only SOME of you are in that oh-so-desireable crossover demographic, but those who stuck around were treated to the finest vaguely shark-related content the games press has ever (and will ever) see.
Relive the glory inside, we beg you.
Like you, we dream of one day hooking up our frail, broken bodies to a machine. This wonder-gadget will transplant our minds into the physical shell of a previously inanimate object; one that moves in ways we only thought possible in the deepest reaches of our imagination as it careens through ramps and valleys and barely escapes certain doom when it ricochets and rolls past pits and chasms...
Above: Artist Joss Stone will be the new Bond girl in James Bond 007: Blood Stone. But she’ll also be working on the theme song, the most important track for the game
Activision has just released the first screenshots for James Bond 007: Blood Stone along with pictures of the new Bond girl, Joss Stone. But Joss Stone won’t just lend her likeness to the upcoming third-person action title. Stone will also be working on the game’s theme song, titled “I’ll Take it All.” First screenshots and pictures of Joss Stone looking all hot and bothered inside…