The Snowman and the Snowdog saw many tears shed over the Christmas holidays. One bunch who definitely aren’t crying right now are the developers of the Channel 4 show’s companion app Crash Lab, founded by ex-Free Radical dev Steve Ellis.
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Timesplitters 2 HD was once planned for release on XBL Arcade, and Killer Instinct HD was also in consideration, according to Free Radical.
Free Radical co-founder David Doak has told Eurogamer Star Wars: Battlefront 3 may not have been complete when it was cancelled by, but it was “very far from a car crash and had interesting ideas.”
Free Radical co-founder Steve Ellis feels there’s no room in the shooter market for anything but Battlefield and Call of Duty.
Before it entered into administration and was subsequently bought by Crytek, Free Radical was offered the chance to make a second Goldeneye game with Activision, studio co-founder Steve Ellis has said.
Ex-Free Radical and Rare designers have formed a new iOS studio called Crash Lab. Consisting of Free Radical Design’s Steve Ellis and Rare’s Martin Wakeley and Lee Musgrave, the studio was formed in November and three iOS games are currently in the works. Twist Pilot and Flying Rocket Defence are two of the titles. The […]
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