Lightbox Interactive, the studio behind Starhawk, has shed some employees as it moves from the PS3 to iOS development.
In today's lost in space edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Golwar is concerned about the fate of Starhawk, the PlayStation 3 exclusive online shooter that showed so much promise up until it became a real product.
Some games stay with you even when you're not playing them. Sometimes, you get so deeply into a game that you need to bring it with you on the go. You need to keep up with everything that's going on, and even looking over stats or reading through the game's encyclopedia makes that time spent sitting on the bus more…
I just got copies of May PlayStation 3 exclusives Sorcery and Starhawk. Can we agree that maybe the PS3 boxart czar needs to mix up his/her concepts a little more?
Starhawk is a third-person shooter. Actually, scratch that, let me try again: Starhawk is a fighter-pilot game. Although... only sort of. Maybe Starhawk is a real-time strategy game.
You know what would be awesome? Warhawk, only in space. And we can name it after one of the most notable figures of the Neopagan movement! I can just imagine the game reviews now.
Space-Western strategy-shooter Starhawk launches for the PS3 today. We've had glimpses of space dogfights, shooting, and careful battle tactics before.
How does Starhawk for the PlayStation 3 seamlessly transition between twitchy spaceship shooter to strategic ground-based build-and-battle gameplay? Lightbox Interactive's Dylan Jobe talks us through an entire single-player mission.
When you think of third-person shooter Starhawk, you probably think of space, giant mecha, and multiplayer game play. You most likely do not think of a dude with eye paint or a dude dressed up like Golgo 13.
People love their splitscreen, don't they? When a deeply desired game releases without it, the moaning and bitching goes on for days.
Attention, everyone: the signature move of Warhawk's spiritual successor has been anointed. The Property Damage—like that? I just made it up—is going to be the move that everyone tries to pull off in the sci-fi action/strategy hybrid. I've gotten a chance to play Starhawk a few times and the sensation of having the…
These long, dark years of waiting are finally over as the latest entry in the Twisted Metal series goes gold. The vehicle combat spectacular races into our hearts on February 14, and it's bringing a love letter from multiplayer shooter Starhawk along for the ride. Pretty sweet, right?
There's a fair amount of buzz surrounding the upcoming sci-fi/western mash-up from LightBox Interactive. You'll finally get to see what all the hollering's about when Starhawk's public beta goes live on January 18th.
I finally got around to playing Starhawk's beta, and while I am terrible at the game I do enjoy it a lot . During the beta you play 8v8 matches of Capture the Flag on two different maps. Constructing different buildings allows you to access everything from Starhawks (a transforming mech/fighter jet suit) to anti-air…
The private beta for Starhawk, the spiritual descendant of 2007's downloadable hit Warhawk will commence on Tuesday, says Sony Computer Entertainment America. The beta will be "slow-rolled," so those who don't get an invitation on day one, don't give up hope; one may be on the way soon.
If you were one of the players of Warhawk—the spiritual predecessor to upcoming action/strategy hybrid Starhawk— Lightbox Interactive knows that they owe you one. Many members of the Warhawk team from developer Incognnito wound up at Lightbox Interactive, with another chance to iterate on the some of the massive…
That copy of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception you're probably going to buy anyway has an added incentive—one ticket for early access to the Starhawk public beta.
Sony has posted a new video for Lightbox Interactive's upcoming Shooter/Builder/Flyer/Strategy hybrid Starhawk, which shows some serious building', shooting' action, as well as the excited reactions of a bunch of Comic Con attendees who got to play the game.
StarHawk is one of the 2012 video games we're most excited about at Kotaku. We like sci-fi. We like sci-fi. We like shooters. We like space combat. And we like games that, in single and multiplayer let you air-drop not just your vehicles, but your base. We like what we've been told about this PlayStation 3 exclusive.…