Codemasters, the studio behind racing games like Dirt and the upcoming F1 2010, is taking another developer to court, accusing it of "poaching staff".
Six monitors, bolted together, might make your gaming better. It will certainly make it take up more room and, as Kotaku learned yesterday, it introduces a couple of new complications.
After following up Dirt with Dirt 2 last year, the studio behind the rally racer confirms that it's working on a Dirt 3
Codemasters trotted out the PC version of Colin McRae: DiRT 2 today at the Windows 7 launch in New York, showing off the snazzy DirectX 11 features the game was delayed for.
This DiRT 2 vid features the hottest cars on the hottest tracks, with real-life and in-game footage mixed together in an inspirational music video format that rally fans just can't resist. Can you tell the difference between the real footage and the game footage? Of course you can. You are a sharp bunch.
Dirt 2 has plenty going for it from what I've seen of the early build I spent the weekend playing. But more on that later, right now I want you to soak in this odd use of Xbox 360 avatars.
Plenty of video game developers have booth babes on hand at this year's E3 to add a little sizzle to their games, but only Codemasters has an award-winning porn star in attendance.
Last Thursday's Codemasters event had some major pluses and minuses. I'm counting Overlord II as a plus – and all three times the speakers blew out as minuses.
New screens show off just how pretty a little mud can be in Codemasters' DiRT 2, the sequel to 2007's acclaimed off-road racer.
Codemasters has revealed details of the first new game in the Colin McRae series to be released since McRae's tragic death last year, entitled Colin McRae: DiRT 2. A direct sequel to CM: DiRT, the game will focus on "the extremes of off-road motorsport". Producer Gavin Raeburn explained the thinking behin the game and…