UPDATE: Codemasters has been in touch to clarify its Codemasters Racing announcement.
Codemasters remains the name of the company. Codemasters Racing is a new label, which launches alongside DiRT Showdown, and will be the home of Codies' racing brands: DiRT, F1 and GRID.
ORIGINAL STORY: Codemasters is no more: meet Codemasters Racing.
Japanese sales of the 3DS have fallen off a cliff following the announcement that the struggling portable will get a hefty price cut next week.
It's a hard time to be a gamer. Marvellous temperatures outside and a small flotilla of incoming bank holidays call you away from your gaming device(s) of choice. What else could herald one of the busiest weeks of game releases so far this year?
The minimum system requirements needed to run forthcoming FPS Operation Flashpoint: Red River are in the wild.
Gritty PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 shooter Operation Flashpoint: Red River will launch in Europe and Australia on Thursday 21st April, Codemasters has announced.
It'll release in the US on 26th April. Oh look, we're getting it first!
Red River promises to deliver an "authentic and intensely personal US Marine Corps infantryman experience" and builds upon predecessor Dragon Rising by "taking on board feedback from the community".
First person shooters based on real world conflicts are neither "tasteful" or "appropriate", so says a Codemasters developer.
The next Operation Flashpoint game, Red River, will be released at some point between 1st April and the end of June 2011, Eurogamer can exclusively reveal.
Operation Flashpoint: Red River will deliver an "authentic and intensely personal US Marine Corps infantryman experience" and builds upon predecessor Dragon Rising by "taking on board feedback from the community", Codemasters has said.
Codemasters has named the next game in the Operation Flashpoint series.