Tag: Visceral Games

Amy Hennig Has Not Been With Ea Since January Of This Year, Star Wars Game Put In Stasis

Amy Hennig has not Been With EA since January of This Year, Star Wars Game Put in Stasis

 |  Zubi Khan
Some unfortunate news broke earlier today, first reported by Eurogamer, Amy Hennig of Uncharted fame, has departed from EA, effectively placing her Star Wars game in carbonite.
Pixels &Amp; Ink Episode #270 - The Fractured Snowman

Pixels & Ink Episode #270 – The Fractured Snowman

 |  CGMagazine
This week, Brendan Frye, Phil, and Lisa are joined by Bryan Calhoun. First, out team explores the ramifications of EA closing down Visceral Games, and lament the future of the new Star Wars adventure game from the studio, that will never be. They also weigh in on CD Projekt Red’s Twitter reaction to a slew of […]

EA Shutting Down Visceral Games

 |  Zubi Khan
EA is shutting down Visceral Games, the studio behind titles such as Dead Space and Battlefield Hardline. The Star Wars title that was in development will now be shifting studios and will be reworked into a new game entirely. Amy Henning, Ex-Uncharted director for Naughty Dog, who was overseeing the Star Wars project, is currently in talks […]
Is A Videogame Dante Possible? 4

Is a Videogame Dante Possible?

 |  Reid McCarter
Adapting Dante Alighieri’s Inferno isn’t the greatest idea.
Battlefield: Hardline (Xbox One) Review

Battlefield: Hardline (XBOX One) Review

 |  Wayne Santos
What’cha’ Gonna’ Do When They Come For You? Playing a soldier in FPS games is a routine, almost mandatory experience, but how often do you get to play a police officer? Or a crook? That’s what Visceral Games set out to do when they got handed the reins of the Battlefield franchise, and for the […]
Destiny Captures The Wonders Of Space - 2014-10-07 16:39:32

Destiny Captures the Wonders of Space

 |  Reid McCarter
Space is a pretty popular videogame setting for good reason. Venturing beyond Earth opens up so many possibilities to developers. They can vent their imaginations by creating fantastic alien races, implausible spaceships, and unheard-of technology. For the most part, though, the real wonder of the cosmos—its immensity and otherworldly nature—isn’t captured by videogames set in […]
Rethinking Release Dates - 2014-08-06 10:28:09

Rethinking Release Dates

 |  Reid McCarter
Between Battlefield Hardline and Dragon Age: Inquisition’s delays and The Evil Within and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’s earlier-than-expected arrivals, this past week has highlighted the inherent weirdness of videogame release practices. Players who were anticipating these games were likely either excited or disheartened to see their launch days shifting, but, most of all, they were […]
More Talent Leaves Naughty Dog - 2014-04-28 11:22:38

More Talent Leaves Naughty Dog

 |  Cody Orme
Another talent at Naughty Dog has left the company.  Lead character artist Michael Knowland has apparently departed from the house that Bandicoot built. This is the most recent in a string of leaves for the developer. First, creative director of the Uncharted series Amy Henning left earlier in March and later joined Visceral Games in […]
Former Creative Director Of Uncharted To Work On Star Wars Game - 2014-04-03 15:17:14

Former Creative Director of Uncharted to work on Star Wars Game

 |  Cody Orme
Former Writer and Creative Director of the Uncharted series, Amy Hennig joined EA’s Visceral Games to take over the creative director role in a new Star Wars game. Hennig has a long history in the industry. Aside from her role in Uncharted ,  she’s known for her work at Crystal Dynamics where she worked on […]
Army Of Two: The Devil'S Cartel (Ps3) Review 2

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (PS3) Review

 |  Ustad Khaira
It’s pretty obvious just by reading the title that Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is meant to be played with a friend. You and your friend (or AI partner if you decide to go about this game alone) will work your way through each scenario, for the most part, together, and that’s the best […]

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