Hot on the heels of 3D Realms' sudden shutdown last week, Take-Two has sued 3D Realms for failing to deliver Duke Nukem Forever. The associated case documents reveal that Take-Two is suing for the source code and has filed a restraining order to ensure that the code and assets remain secure and "unharmed" before the case goes to trial. Scott Miller, co-founder of 3D Realms, has shot down the rumor that Take-Two offered to buy the Duke Nukem IP for the reported $30 million.
Croteam CEO Roman Ribaric has announced that the company has recently begun "development on two games, one of which is the next Serious Sam FPS game." The game will use the proprietary Serious 3 engine, and Croteam is close to signing a publishing deal for the title. A lot still remains to be done on the game, though, so there's no firm release date.
The recession and the lack of a blockbuster release combined to significantly reduced U.S. video game sales in April, according to NPD Group. Sales fell 17% in April compared to a year ago, and 30% when compared to the previous month. Also compared to March 2009, sales of the Wii in April were down 43% percent, X360 sales were down 47%, and PS3 sales dropped 41.7%.
by Chris "Atom" DeAngelus on May 16, 2009 @ 5:52 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is a action-oriented deep fantasy RPG where players are immersed in an epic journey through the medieval-like kingdom of Ancaria featuring pitched battles and a wide range of enticing quests.
by Dustin Chadwell on May 16, 2009 @ 5:40 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure is an adaptation of the National Geograophic film puts you in the role of a giant prehistoric sea creature facing its daily battle to survive. Both fun and educational, this is a must-have for everyone who loves dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures.