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BAM! Entertainment today announced that it will be the exclusive North American distributor, under license from Empire Interactive and Sony Pictures Consumer Products, of Starsky & Hutch for GameCube and Game Boy Advance. Read more for details ...
Following the style of the TV show the game won't just simply be another driver/shooter. In each level you'll have to maintain viewer ratings (VR) that acts like a timer. Saunter around Bay City carefully obeying the speed limit and people will switch off with boredom; reproduce the over the top driving of the cult duo performing corner slides and ploughing through every cardboard box infested alley that gets in the way and your ratings will soar.
Empire announced today it has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Sony Pictures Consumer Products to develop a sequel to the Starsky & Hutch video game. The new game will include new city locations, enhanced graphics and classic music tracks from the 70's and a key new game play feature, which will allow villains to be chased on foot together with new spectacular car chases. It will be published for all current video game consoles and PCs.
Gotham Games has released a playable demo for their upcoming arcade racing/shooting game Starsky and Hutch. The demo features the intro movie and the Fast Cars episode from the game's Story Mode. Read more for download links ...
Empire Interactive has released a new patch for their recently released arcade racing game, Starsky and Hutch. This upgrade brings your retail copy to v1.32 but no specific details as to what this actually fixes/upgrades are available at this point, although the FAQ mentions you need to download the patch to get the Microsoft Forcefeed Back Steering Wheel to work in the game. Read more for download links ...
Thrustmaster announces co-development agreement with leading game publisher Empire Interactive Europe Ltd. regarding its racing wheel and light gun for Xbox and the awaited game “Starsky & Hutch” (Xbox version) which is to be released. Read more for details ...
Empire Interactive has released the first patch for their just released arcade racing game, Starsky and Hutch. This upgrade brings your retail copy to v1.31 but no details as to what this actually fixes/upgrades are available at this point. Read more for download links ...
The Starsky & Hutch game is a story-based police driving action game, taking place in a truly 3-D world modeled after the series location of "Bay City". The game is split into individual episodic time-based missions, where the player will be challenged and rewarded based on their performance. A television rating board will score the users game-play and depending on skill will reward the player with bonus points and/or power-up's... Check out the first seven shots from the GBA version.
Gotham Games announced today that it will release the thrilling driving shooter Starsky & Hutch, under license with Sony Pictures Consumer Products, for the PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in North America this fall.
During the funky 70's, Starsky & Hutch were the staple diet for evening viewing and playground banter alike. And now thanks to Empire Interactive Entertainment you can stop racing round London in your Ford Focus at breakneck speeds and jumping on people's bonnets in ASDA car parks because Starsky & Hutch is due to be unleashed onto the PlayStation 2, PC CD-ROM, Xbox, GameCube and Game Boy Advance. Check the new batch of PS2 screens ...
Starsky & Hutch is scheduled for release on PC and PS2 in April 2003 and a Xbox version will be released in May. The Gamecube and GBA versions will be released in September.. Now the official site is up, loaded with screens, gameinfo and much more..
With a host of top grade titles heading for Christmas and the New Year, Empire have acquired the services of leading game music composers Richard Jacques and Tim Follin, to ensure that up and coming products sound as good as they look and play. Richard and Tim are experienced industry musicians and come with an impressive CV of classics under their belt.
The Starsky & Hutch game is a story-based police driving action game, taking place in a truly 3-D world modeled after the series location of “Bay City”. The game is split into individual episodic time-based missions, where the player will be challenged and rewarded based on their performance. A television rating board will score the users game-play and depending on skill will reward the player with bonus points and/or power-up’s. Eight new PC screens.
Empire Interactive today announced that it has signed an extension to its licensing agreement with Sony Pictures Consumer Products to bring the Starsky & Hutch game, which is currently being developed, onto additional platforms, including Game Boy Advance and Nintendo Gamecube.
Empire Interactive has announced that Antonio Fargas, aka Huggy Bear, has been signed for the in-game voice-overs and to help promote the PlayStation 2 and PC versions of its new “Starsky & Hutch” game. Helping Starsky and Hutch clean up the streets, Huggy was present in almost every episode of the hugely popular 70’s show.
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