Firefall's Developers Accused (OK Not Really) of Giving New Recruits Something Very Nasty

There is nothing more mundane in the world of video game marketing than the bullet-point announcement. Unless the game's developers go to the trouble of kinda realising this, and dressing the "news" up as an excuse to make a neat little video where everybody who works there gets to pretend they're about to give the… »9/25/12 2:00am9/25/12 2:00am

PC Game Cancels E3 Appearance as SOPA Protest, Shutting Down Beta for 24 Hours

You may have noticed a few websites around the place pledge to "shut down" on January 18 in protest against the awful Stop Online Piracy Act. That's all well and good, but now Red 5 Studios, the developers behind the upcoming Firefall, are doing it as well. Thing is, they're shutting down their video game. »1/13/12 1:20am1/13/12 1:20am

A Brief Moment with Firefall, The Free Game That Wants To Be World of Warcraft with Guns

Orange County, California might be bland, confesses one developer of Red 5's team-based shooter Firefall, but the game certainly is not. Armor-bound medics squirt now de rigueur healing ribbons that glow a pale green to extrude life back into teammates wearing primary yellow or red that's too busy for G or B. »3/11/11 3:00pm3/11/11 3:00pm