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Fri, Feb 18, 2011 | 19:30 GMT
A new studio has spawned from a round of redundancies at Relentless software called Full Moon.
Thu, Feb 18, 2010 | 16:12 GMT
Relentless has announced that Blue Toad Murder files will land on the US end of PSN March 25.
Thu, Oct 08, 2009 | 15:39 BST
Each of the six episodes for Blue Toad Murder Files on PSN will last around 90 minutes each, according Relentless’ Paul Woodbridge.
“As this is a social game it is important that each episode doesn’t last too long,” he told PS3attitude. “We came to a decision that around 90 minutes was a good time, and that six episodes would be enough to tell our story.
“This also happens to be very similar to television which is important for us. We don’t want to alienate people who may not play a lot of games, but are comfortable with watching an episode of Midsummer Murders.”
Each episode will require you to think about alibis, motives, and witnesses as you investigate murders and interrogate residents in the village of Little Riddle.
There’s a bit more there through the link, with the full interview with Woodbridge to be posted tomorrow.
Tue, Jul 14, 2009 | 08:53 BST
Relentless has announced the secret project it mentioned for the first time at Develop last year, an episodic murder mystery called Blue Toad Murder Files.
The game’s a PSN exclusive, and the Buzz!-creator’s first foray into self-publishing.
“Blue Toad Murder Files is a murder mystery game along the lines of Agatha Christie and Midsomer Murders and 1001 other murder mystery TV dramas like Sherlock Holmes – that’s the style of the game,” Relentless boss David Amor told GI.
There’s lots more through there. The game’s out in December. The official website’s up now.
Wed, Mar 18, 2009 | 07:25 GMT
SCEA marketing chief Scott Steinberg’s claimed 2009 will deliver an unremitting bombardment of high quality product from Sony, and that Killzone 2 is the game that will trigger many to buy a PS3.
“We’re shipping a great lineup and it’s relentless and AAA quality,” Steinberg told GameDaily.
“Starting it with Killzone 2, we’re going to arrest the momentum from competitors with titles like MLB 09: The Show, which some are calling the best sports title ever made.
“Then in summer there’s inFamous and you’ll get to see even more excellent titles at E3. If PlayStation fans thought that we’d rest on our laurels from last year and if competitors thought that we’d punched ourselves out, both are mistaken.”
He added, probably shouting: “We feel that Killzone 2 is a tremendous exclusive. It’s an exclamation point that demonstrates the distance between the PS3 and other systems. The game is 40 gigs and could not be done on anything else. It will move people from the sidelines, and from what we’ve seen from blogs, will push 360 owners to try out the PS3. I think it’s going to be a major launch for us and this historical PlayStation brand.”
Hear Scott roar. Thanks, Joystiq.
Thu, Mar 05, 2009 | 10:57 GMT
Relentless producer Darren Tuckey has confirmed this morning that the company’s secret project is a PSN affair.
“I can’t confirm any dates as yet, but it will be a PS3 PSN title in the social game genre,” he told VG247.
“We plan to release more info when we get back from GDC.”
Buzz!-maker Relentless mentioned the game on its site for the first time this week, saying it would self-publish the title.
The project was first revealed in an interview with Relentless top brass at Develop in Brighton last year.
Fri, Feb 01, 2008 | 14:43 GMT
According to this, SCEE’s planning to release Buzz! Quiz TV “around the same time” as Buzz! for PSP “this spring.” There was no solid release date for either title. Buzz! is the Brighton-developed, PlayStation-exclusive quiz franchise that’s been in the news recently for being the subject of a US lawsuit filed by Californian quiz outfit, Buzztime. A bit of the old legal obviously isn’t enough to hold up new releases.