Tag Archives: Spark Unlimited
Thu, Apr 26, 2012 | 07:46 BST
Capcom’s gone live with new screens of Lost Planet 3 alongside the launch of the game’s official website. There might be some there from when it was announced at Captivate a few weeks back, but a majority of which are definitely new. Get them below.
Spark Unlimited’s crack at the series launches early next year for PS3, 360 and PC. Thanks, Andriasang.
Mon, Apr 16, 2012 | 09:15 BST
Just a week after it announced its latest project as Lost Planet 3 from Capcom, Spark Unlimited has posted job listings for a “bold new take” on a “established” third-person console franchise.
Wed, Apr 11, 2012 | 07:54 BST
We missed this yesterday in the scrum of the Captivate embargo lifting. Capcom confirmed in a press release that Lost Planet 3 will be coming to PC alongside PS3 and 360 early next year. The lack of a PC version was noted in the game’s debut trailer when it emerged before its official embargo. And now you know. And remember, kids: knowing is half the battle.
Tue, Apr 10, 2012 | 18:05 BST
Lost Planet 3 is a real thing. The sequel, unveiled at Captivate, shows Spark Unlimited is developing the game for an early 2013 launch on PS3 and 360.
Mon, Apr 02, 2012 | 11:29 BST
Some industrious and curious folks have been trawling through the data on the Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City disc and found what appear to be data files related to a Star Wars game that is likely Battlefront 3.
Tue, Feb 07, 2012 | 19:31 GMT
A job listing for Spark Unlimited as well as a resume posted on LinkedIn have caused Battlefront 3 development rumors to resurface.
Thu, Mar 06, 2008 | 12:27 GMT
Alternate reality World War FPS Turning Point wasn’t aimed at the mass market, developer Spark has claimed, and was instead a “high concept” game.
“You know, I think that when you try to do games that are about a mass market, and Turning Point is definitely a high concept idea, that with the time and money we had we did the best to execute on, our target was not really the core gamer,” said Spark CEO Craig Allen. “I think that we’re finding that the people who look at it like, ‘Is this going to be fun, something I can drop into, in a world I haven’t seen before and have a good time?’ really love the game.
“People that are looking at it with more of a critical eye of ‘Is this game revolutionary, is it doing play mechanics I’ve never seen before, is it driving new technology?’… it was never meant to do those things. If people look at it in the right way, I think they really enjoy what they see. You can certainly look at it and say it’s not revolutionary, so those opinions are certainly a lot more critical.”
Wed, Feb 27, 2008 | 14:43 GMT
According to this, Codemasters shooter Turning Point: Fall of Liberty has been delayed by two weeks in Europe and will now release on March 14.
No reason has been given for the delay. The US date of February 29 remains unchanged.