The Nokia Ngage was a big flop.
Road Rash is a game I spent a lot of time in my youth enjoying and like the guys behind Road Redemption, I agree, it’s time someone made another game in the style of that racing, beat ’em up genre.
Adam Orth, the man behind the tweets that incensed a lot of gamers last week, now looks to have been left Microsoft, though it is thought that he resigned and wasn’t fired by the higher ups.
Microsoft creative director, Adam Orth, took it upon himself last week to lash out at those complaining about always on systems and those suggesting they wouldn’t buy a next-gen Xbox if it came with such a clause.
GAME, that high-street game retailer that struggled through 2012 and is just about limping along today, is set to go down the hardware route, selling tablets from various manufacturers.
While I must admit, I was hoping the creators of South Park would buy it, just for the laugh, Blockbuster, the video rental chain that has been left behind in the wake of DVD rentals by post, and eventually streaming content, has now been bought by Gordon Brothers Europe.