Nineteen-year-old independent video game studio Terminal Reality, most recently responsible for The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct and Kinect Star Wars, appears to have shut down.
News of an Activision-published Walking Dead FPS first shambled out over the summer, but all we've had so far is a few screenshots and art pieces to set the mood. This trailer gives a first look at the gameplay in The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, which is being developed by Terminal Reality. Seems like some…
For as long as brothers have swatted one another with wrapping-paper tubes, Star Wars fans have wanted something, anything, to give them the sensation of wielding a lightsaber, repelling blaster fire and cutting down Stormtroopers in a streak of blue.
Rap fans need their own Guitar Hero, their own Rock Band, their own great music game. Def Jam Rapstar steps up. Can it be that?
Our best hope for a good rap game, Konami and 4mm Games' Def Jam Rapstar, finally has a complete track list. Not only will we sip on "Gin and Juice" and "Brass Monkey," but we'll score some Rob Base.
A bunch of new tracks confirmed for Def Jam Rapstar today guarantee that you'll be able to spend part of your fall rapping along to Public Enemy at their best and Nas at his most obnoxious.
It's not often that the public gets word of what it costs to make a specific game. But a multi-million-dollar range was given for the latest Ghostbusters game in a Texas newspaper.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game comes to us bearing a twin-blockbuster burden: Both as a game, and also as the first true representative of a beloved franchise to come along in 20 years.
While other members of Team Kotaku are busy flying/driving home today, I had one last E3 appointment to attend: spend some time with 4mm Game's hip-hop karaoke title Rapstar.
Anyone can make realistic-acting ectoplasmic goo or tortured undead spirits, but these new Ghostbusters screenshots show that Terminal Reality has managed to overcome the biggest challenge of the film to game translation - Spengler's hair.
The Xbox Originals program selection process continues to confuse, as the Gamerscore Blog revlelas the next addition to the lineup of downloadable "classics" for the Xbox 360, Terminal Reality's Blowout.
Terminal Reality put out the call for playtesters to go hands on with Ghostbusters: The Video Game a few weeks ago, giving local folks a chance to play the game months before its release.
Boy, am I glad Terminal Reality took some extra time with Ghostbusters. It's looking a little more cartoony (in a good way) and a lot more polished. But that's not the best part.