Disney Infinity was an excellent showcase for company’s vast stable of beloved characters, from Pixar to Marvel Comics to Star Wars, as well as an excellent creative outlet for kids of all ages. The one thing the series never got right was gameplay, and with yesterday’s cancellation it never will.
It had a nice long run, but—wait, no it didn’t.
Say you, like many people, excitedly signed up for a recurring $4.99 a month payment to gain access to EA's new subscription service for the Xbox One, only to be underwhelmed by the meager early offerings. There's no easy way out, but there is a shortcut home.
In 2006, Icelandic EVE Online developer CCP Games merged with White Wolf Publishing, announcing a massively multiplayer role-playing game based on the latter's popular World of Darkness supernatural role-playing setting. Today that project has been cancelled.
Customers of the world's largest dedicated video game retailer were shocked today when an automated phone call went out declaring the cancellation of Team Ico's eagerly-anticipated PlayStation 3 exclusive The Last Guardian. Say it isn't so, Sony! Update: GameStop apologizes for the mistake.
They're sick of waiting. And now some are crossing over to the other side.
Square Enix has shut the book on Gun Loco, halting development on the oddly-charming, urban vinyl-inspired multiplayer shooter completely. Rest in pieces, little vinyl guys.
There a lot of cop games, but no so many about robbers. Codesmasters' Hei$t, which was to be one of the rare few, has been canceled publisher Codemasters told IGN today.