When Aliens: Colonial Marines co-developer TimeGate Studios shut down, my first concern was for the gorgeously blocky shooter the developer had announced just a month prior. Thankfully Atari thought Minimum was too pretty to die as well.
Timegate studios, the co-developers of the awful Aliens: Colonial Marines, are in serious financial trouble. Filing for bankruptcy protection in a Texas court, they owe a lot of people a lot of money.
TimeGate, the studio Gearbox tapped to complete the neglected Aliens: Colonial Marines, turns its attention from making the majority of another company's game to making a Minimum of its own. Damn this looks lovely.
In 11 weeks, players of the PC and Xbox Live Arcade shooter Section 8: Prejudice have air-dropped their super-soldiers and machine-gunned their friends, many, many times. All virtual. All for fun.
Fans of Timegate Studios downloadable shooter Section 8: Prejudice should be pleased with the change of scenery packed in the two new maps of the Overdrive Map Pack, available now for PC and Xbox 360 for 320 Microsoft Points.
A combined ten million Xbox 360 and PC kills in two weeks has unlocked Assault Mode for Section 8: Prejudice, in which two teams take turns trying to secure all Control Points on a map. Go play.
Section 8: Prejudice, the $15 shooter available on Xbox Live and, as of today, PC, will deploy a new online game mode - once the number of in-game kills surpasses 10 million.
TimeGate Studios' downloadable first-person shooter Section 8: Prejudice becomes the first Xbox 360 game to allow players to rent dedicated PC-hosted game servers. Fully configurable ranked and unranked servers for up to 32 players are now available through GameServers.com.
Can TimeGate Studios possibly succeed with the downloadable sequel to a retail first-person shooter that nobody played in the first place? Find out in the Section 8: Prejudice Frankenreview.
TimeGate Studios' downloadable multiplayer shooter Section 8: Prejudice will make the drop into Xbox Live Arcade on April 20 for 1200 MIcrosoft points ($15). The PC gets it on May 4, with the PlayStation 3 version coming this summer.
The solid game that hardly anyone played returns for round two next year in TimeGate Studios' Section 8: Prejudice. How the hell did Section 8 get a sequel?