Playlogic will restart after it was declared bankrupt a few months ago. After a long process led by the curators an agreement was reached on a restart of Playlogic’s activities, as Playlogic Entertainment N.V.
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Playlogic announced that its internal development studio, Playlogic Game Factory, is developing new motion control enabled products with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.
Playlogic Entertainment has signed a worldwide digital distribution agreement with online distribution platform GameStreamer, and agreement will see Playlogic’s entire back catalogue available through GameStreamer’s digital network.
by Rainier on Aug. 10, 2009 @ 8:46 a.m. PDT | Filed under Gamescom - Gamescom 2009
Playlogic announced its line-up of titles it will be showing off at GamesCom 2009 (August 19th – 23rd), such as Fairytale Fights, Infernal Hell's Vengeance, and Obscure: The Aftermath.
Playlogic Entertainment announces the launch of Gamessence.com, its online digital distribution platform that will feature hundreds of videogame titles from Playlogic and other third party publishers.
Playlogic has signed a distribution agreement with Koch Media to publish its upcoming titles like Hell’s Vengeance (X360), Aliens in the Attic (Wii/NDS/PS2), Obscure: The Aftermath (PSP) and the hack'n slash platform adventure, Fairytale Fights (PS3/X360/PC) in Europe.
Playlogic has become an official Publisher for Nintendo of America, Inc. and will bring new titles to the North American market, starting with Pool Hall Pro (Wii/PC), Vertigo (Wii/PC) Sudoku Ball: Detective (Wii/NDS/PC), and the 20th Century Fox movie based Aliens in the Attic (Wii/DS/PS2/PC).
Somebody's been on a recruiting spree lately, as The ESA announced that yet more publisher/developers have joined the trade association. Crave, KOEI and Playlogic contribute a wealth of experience, innovation and artistic talent and deliver high-quality entertainment software for a variety of platforms.
Playlogic announced that Adam McGowan has joined its ranks as Marketing Director. McGowan previously held the same position over at companies such as KOCH Media, Codemasters, Brash and has worked on titles such as Lord of The Rings Online, Dungeons & Dragons Online and ArchLord.
Playlogic announced that, contrary to earlier statements, it expects net loss and loss per share for the FY 2008. More importantly the update reveals its 3rd person action game Infernal is coming to X360, and the movie based They Came from Upstairs.
Playlogic's Q3 2008 revenues dropped from last year's $3.7 million to $1.1 million, while profit decreased from $2.0 million to $0.3 million. Due to a shift in game releases on multiple platforms from Q3/Q4 2008 to Q1 2009 the operating result for the Q3 2008 turned from a profit into a loss. These games include titles such as Sudoku Ball Detective, Vertigo, Pool Hall Pro, and Age of Pirates 2: City of Abandoned Ships on Wii, NDS and PC.
Playlogic announces that its in-house studio continues its collaboration with SCEE London Studio’s First Party development team. After recently having finished EyeToy Pom Pom Party (PS3) it is now assisting on EyePet as well as Aqua Vita, Tori Emaki and Mesmerize for the PlayStation Network.
Having been a worldwide licensed publisher for the Xbox since 2004, Playlogic Entertainment has been granted the worldwide licensed publisher agreement for the Xbox 360, and also received the official Games for Windows license for its future PC releases.
Playlogic has commissioned Sparx Animation Studios, currently completing its first feature film Igor for MGM, to work on an undisclosed PS3/X360/PC games project set for release in 2009.
Building & Co is a city builder in which you will deal with all the aspects that come into play during the management of a real building site. You must consider the specifications, the budget and technical constraints as well as delivery timeframes in order to be able to build numerous ambitious buildings!
Publisher Playlogic and publisher/distributor Virgin PLAY announced their joint venture PlayV Ltd., a sales, marketing and distribution business that will bring PC, console and handheld products from both parties to the UK market
Dutch publisher Playlogic International joins GamersGate to expand their global distribution reach. The deal includes recent games such as Obscure: the Aftermath as well as titles like Airborne Troops, Alpha Black Zero, Gene Troopers, Knights of the Temple 2 and World Racing 2.
WorldShift is a next-generation, cyber-fantasy RTS game set in a dark future of Earth, where today's civilization is only a fading mysterious legend. Playlogic has acquired the right to publish Black Inc's RTS WorldShift, now scheduled for Q2 2008.
Dutch publisher Playlogic Entertainment reports net revenues of $10.1 million and a net profit of $0.7 million for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2007.
Independent publisher Playlogic Entertainment announced that it has successfully closed $3 million in equity ($1.00 per share) and $4 million in loan through a Private Placement. The new funds are meant to improve Playlogic's working capital and equity position and to allow it to execute its business plan and adhere to release schedules for the year 2008.
Dagger Games' Dimensity combines dynamic hack & slash features with classic role-play and modern strategic elements. It invites you to take journeys, lead armies, achieve goals and unveil mysteries by involving yourself in unpredictable struggles.
Playlogic has won the legal proceedings in copyrights to the game Ancient Wars: Sparta. So has decided the District Court of Amsterdam in the case of Playlogic Entertainment against developers WorldForge/Visionvale from Cyprus and Burut from Russia.
Aggression: Reign over Europe, previously called Aggression: Europe 1914, spans 4 decades, from 1910 until 1950, and offers players the chance to change the outcome of both World Wars, start the Cold War and decide which country will come out on top to dominate Europe.
Playlogic Entertainment announced that it has successfully closed $12,3 million in equity through a private placement at the end of the third quarter, allowing it to reduce debt, and finance new titles.
Playlogic has signed its third development agreement with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. The yet unannounced project will be developed in-house by its Playlogic Game Factory studio over a period of seven months with an option of extension of another six months.
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