Curt left with a shilling.
It's a victory but it's no home run yet.
"I really wanted to play that game."
Not even a Schilling?
How about a Rise of Nations game no one knew about?
PS Vita gets Rayman Oranges.
Fuse and Respawn's game safe though.
Also claims Take-Two nearly bought the Amalur sequel.
"We thought the game was terrific. It reviewed well."
Conjures "a mix of emotions". Video inside.
But like 38 Studios, like Big Huge Games, is no more.
"Life is going to be different."
New project with Epic won't be Kingdoms of Amalur 2.
Big huge gains.
Former baseball star stands to personally lose $50 million.
The forsaken kingdom.
Closed developer Big Huge Games is "deeply sorry".
Copernicus is/was "much further along than is being reported".
"The game failed. The game failed."
Big Huge Games closed down too.
What's your Reckoning?
Developer fails to find new funding, staff health insurance runs out.
38 Studios shows it's still alive and kicking.
Repayment cheque clears, Copernicus MMO dated for June 2013.
All temps and contractors laid off, says source.
US government "concerned" it will lose $75m loan.
New races, a new city and new items and quests.
Plus AC: Revelations, Rayman 3 HD, Amalur DLC.
The Legend of Dead Kel due out 20th March.
Will the PC slay the consoles again?
Running at 60Hz, the PC version produces the most console-like experience.
PC's post-processing effects are far cleaner than they are on 360.
Even the weaker console build stands up well against the PC.
A whole lot of additional blur on the Xbox 360 version of the game.
Console versions of the new action RPG put through Digital Foundry's analysis tools.
Catherine charms its way into 20th.
Eurogamer price-checks UK shops.
Martin and Oli give their reckonings to Tom Champion.
Big Huge Games would love to make it, but needs sales to convince EA.
Provides "a nearly endless variety of combat challenges".
The regal has landed.
Pedigree-backed fantasy out next week.
How to sell a fantasy epic, post-Skyrim? With combat that doesn't suck.
"We MUST make a profit to become what we want to become."
And Mass Effect 3-themed extras.
"I'm not going to pretend that Skyrim doesn't exist."
Outsourced demo introduced new bugs.
Behind the scenes of the game's score.
Sorry Dark Souls, Skyrim, Zelda.
Footage of the demo unlocks in action.
EA RPGs raid each other's dressing up box.
PS3, Xbox 360 role-player gets crafty.
Manageable specs for new EA RPG.
EA's Skyrim rival out next year.
Reckoning they're quite nice.
Elder Scrolls designer's latest RPG.
Oblivion designer's new role player.
Elder Scrolls lead designer's new title shown.
The lord of the dead ringers.
Curt Schilling's Big Huge Games comes out fighting.
38 Studios' first game gets Comic-Con reveal.
Devs assemble to chat and show trailer.
Project Mercury for PC/PS3/360.
Rise of Nations dev takes RPG with it.
Oblivion man sticking to what he knows.
Rumour says it's Big Huge Games' RPG.
Big Huge brings fresh RPG and secret IP.
Oblivion designer heads project.