Zombie Studios, opened all the way back in 1994, has closed its doors. Best known for its work on the original Spec Ops games and Blacklight series, Zombie also did a lot of licensed stuff, from Zork games to Saw.
Two hackers, one from the United States and one from Canada, have plead guilty to U.S. federal charges regarding an elaborate international scheme involving the infiltration of gaming companies Valve, Epic, and Zombie Studios as well as attempted sales of counterfeit Xbox One development kits well before the console…
Daylight, the procedurally generated horror game, has a new release date—April 29. The date was revealed in the above trailer, released by Atlus yesterday. Hope that phone's got one of those extended batteries. In any case, nota bene, horror fans: Daylight, PS4, PC, April 29.
Play a horror game enough and you know where all the scares are. The terror becomes routine. But Daylight is promising something different. It's going to transform each time you try to escape.
This is the first footage from Zombie Studios' latest, a survival horrory-looking game called Daylight. There's not yet much to know about it, besides that it's powered by Unreal Engine 4 and its world is entirely randomly generated.
Single-player story? Who needs that! Downloadable title Blacklight: Tango Down has multiplayer. But can the game hold its own with the retail heavyweights?
This dev diary for Zombie Studios' downloadable shooter BlackLight: Tango Down sheds some light on how six core weapon systems can be modified into "literally trillions of different weapon combinations."
Summer shooter BlackLight: Tango Down features the Hyper Reality Visor - an advanced imaging system that uses augmented reality to deliver battlefield intelligence. Lead game designer Jared Gerritzen tells Kotaku about the real-life inspirations behind the game's tech.