Tag Archives: monumental games
Thu, Mar 07, 2013 | 23:45 GMT
Monumental Games, the developer behind Capcom’s MotoGP efforts and browser game Little Horrors, has gone into administration. The developer, based in Nottingham, closed its Manchester studio two years ago after the loss of what was thought to be the Transformers MMO that’s currently in development at Jagex. GI.Biz has more details.
Fri, Jan 28, 2011 | 18:22 GMT
Monumental Games has announced former Codemasters CEO Nick Wheelwright as its new CEO.
Wed, Nov 10, 2010 | 09:48 GMT
Capcom’s announced MotoGP 10/11 for PS3 and 360 this morning.
Wed, Feb 03, 2010 | 17:40 GMT
Looks like head tracking for Xbox 360 and stereoscopic 3D features on PS3 versions for MotoGP 10/11 are being considered.
Thu, Jun 18, 2009 | 20:44 BST
Capcom announced today that Monumental Games is currently developing¬† MotoGP 09/10 and it’s expected to be released in March 2010.
Slated for PS3 and Xbox 360, the game promises to be “the most comprehensive MotoGP game to date”, and includes all the bikes, riders and tracks from the 2009 championship.
Career and new gameplay gives riders rewards for style, winning, and the ability to update with content from the 2010 championship.
More through the press release below.
Wed, Jan 21, 2009 | 17:04 GMT
Capcom has announced that is has signed a development with UK developer Monumental Games.
The agreement stipulates that Monumental is to develop an as-of-yet-announced multiplatform title.
“Monumental Games was founded in 2005 by Rik Alexander and Rocco Loscalzo and has two UK based offices in Nottingham and Manchester as well as an operation in Pune, India and currently employs over 100 people.”
By Mike Bowden
Wed, Nov 12, 2008 | 18:25 GMT
Football Superstars creator and MMO middleware developer Monumental Games has acquired Swordfish Studios, the firm’s announced.
Swordfish was previously owned by Activision, and was put out to tender during the Acti-Blizz merger.
The studio was working on 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand for PS3 and 360 before its recent “turbulence”.
No mention was made of the game in the move’s announcement, which you can read in full after the break.