“Enough Australian lingo to choke a dingo” is something I’m not proud of saying in the opening moments of the first Ty the Tasmanian Tiger game in almost a decade.
Enthusiasm for Microsoft's Game Room, to be polite, well, plateaued soon after its spring debut. It'd be a shame if its 12th update is the last, because hackers say one of the best early-80s arcade games is due to hit.
Krome Studios, the Australian developer behind Ty the Tasmanian Tiger and more recently the Xbox 360's Game Room, has shut down, online reports are suggesting.
After a five-year absence from the gaming scene, Krome Studios wants to bring Ty the Tasmanian Tiger back into the limelight, and they're not afraid to show you his underwear to do it.
Originally slated for a PlayStation Network release this spring, Krome Studios' comic book-based platformer Blade Kitten gets a new publisher in Atari, Xbox Live Arcade and PC versions, a September release date, and new screens to help ease the wait.
Pink-haired bounty-hunting cat-girl Kit Ballard is the star of Blade Kitten, a PlayStation Network platformer that's less furry than its 2D/3D platformer predecessors Crash Bandicoot and Klonoa, but very promising given the mental comparisons I made while playing the game.
Krome Studios is bringing the intergalactic adventures of comic book heroine Kit Ballard to the PlayStation Network this spring in Blade Kitten. Who is Kit Ballard? Her tale is one of liberation. Her tail is pink.
Microsoft's reveal of an Xbox 360 & PC "Game Room" is one of the bigger surprises of CES, but also surprising is the revelation of the development team behind the retro arcade store/service.
Last week, Krome Studios - developers of several Star Wars & Spyro titles - laid off a number of employees as tough times hit the veteran Australian development house.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a massively successful CGI show on Cartoon Network. Can its tie-in game live up to the hype?
Read this: "The promise of a Wii Lightsaber game has hung in the air since the Wii hit the shelves. We think this is the game that delivers on that promise". That's Ken Fox, from Krome Studios, developers of the upcoming Clone Wars game for the Wii. Excited? Cool those jets. He also says this: "We've tried to make the…