Speaking of hot mobile racing games, the first developer diary for 2K Drive gives us a pretty good idea of the ambitious scope of the celebration of driving Lucid Games is putting together. This is pretty sexy right here.
2K Drive isn't just a new racing game from the makers of Project Gotham Racing. It's a massive mobile celebration of automotive culture — from the makers of Project Gotham Racing.
Did a purchase by mega-publisher Activision have an adverse effect on the culture of Bizarre Creations, the developers of the Project Gotham series?
Microsoft is shopping around for a new Project Gotham Racing developer. Activision is looking to offload original Project Gotham development studio Bizarre Creations. Could the timing be any better?
Three years after purchasing the developer behind Project Gotham Racing and Geometry Wars, Activision appears to be in the process of deciding how to ditch the studio.
Project Gotham Racing's engines have been stalled since Activision bought developer Bizarre Creations in 2007. Is Microsoft warming up European development studios for a potential PGR revival?
The outfit responsible for Project Gotham Racing and the forthcoming Blur joined us today to talk racin' with Kotaku Talk Radio. You can download the .mp3 faster than it takes to get two new tires and a splash of gas.
Bizarre may never work on another Project Gotham Racing game again, what with their defection to Activision, but they're no fools. They knew what made the series tick, and made steps to protect that investment. So while Microsoft own the name Project Gotham Racing, they don't own the series' trademark Kudos system.…
Speaking last week with Kikizo, Microsoft's Shane Kim has been asked about the future of the Project Gotham Racing series, now that creator Bizarre have up and left. His response should help out any 360 racing fans who are yet to put 2+2 together: