Earlier this evening, an attempted robbery occurred at Los Angeles-based game developer Robotoki.
Check out The Adventures of Dash, a puzzle-platformer where you control a narcoleptic boy. Every dream has a different art style. The game is from former Infinity Ward (Call of Duty) creative strategist Robert Bowling's new development studio, Robotoki. Here's the Kickstarter.
The first Ouya-exclusive game will be a prequel to Human Element, a post-apocalyptic zombie game by former Infinity Ward Creative Strategist Robert Bowling. [Kickstarter]
If you needed first-aid supplies, you'd probably go to your local pharmacy or drugstore, right? It only makes sense.
Robert Bowling, the former public face of Call of Duty, left his role earlier this spring to become president of Robotoki Studios. And now, he's revealing Robotoki's first game.
"The very first death threat I got was when we decided not to support dedicated servers in Modern Warfare 2," Robert Bowling, the former public face for the Call of Duty series, recently told me.
We know that Twitter is a forum rife with negativity, just as surely as we know that Xbox Live contains the same. But it's still sobering to look at the kind of venom that was spewed in the direction of Robert Bowling, who recently resigned as the public face and "creative strategist" of lead Call of Duty development…
Infinity Ward Creative Strategist Robert Bowling, known as one of the most public faces of the Call of Duty franchise, has stepped down from his position, he said on his Twitter feed today.
Ever since the head of gaming giant Activision Blizzard said that the natural evolution of Call of Duty was for it to go massively multiplayer, it's been fair to wonder when Activision Blizzard would turn their biggest hit into a subscription game—a game you pay to keep playing.
Robert Bowling done tole you now son, so don't sit there and act all surprised-like. Yesterday Bowling, the Infinity Ward creative strategist, tweeted that another 1,600 cheaters have been banned since Four Zero Two promised them a ass-busting back on release day.
In late August, details leaked about a Modern Warfare 3 "Hardened" special edition, but none for a "Prestige," a more deluxe package that notoriously included night-vision goggles for Modern Warfare 2 in 2009. There are no details yet on a Prestige edition because there will be no Prestige edition for Modern Warfare 3.
I couldn't get Robert Bowling to use the words Battlefield 3 in a sentence.
Infinity Ward, the studio behind Call of Duty and Modern Warfare, is leaving its previously used game engine technology behind for Modern Warfare 3. Will that put an end to cracks about the developer using Quake III Arena-era tech?
What to make of the Modern Warfare 3 leak? Robert Bowling, creative strategist at Modern Warfare studio Infinity Ward said on Twitter today that 'some' of the information in the trove of images, level summaries and audio files, "still accurate," but suggests that other details have changed, presumably during the…
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 developer Infinity Ward just issued an update to the PlayStation 3 version of the first-person shooter, an attempt to curb rampant hacking in the game's online multiplayer mode. It appears to be working (so far).
That Call of Duty games are routinely exploited by cheaters and hackers, regardless of platform, is nothing new. But players of the PS3 version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 say the situation is worse than it's ever been.