Prior to its dramatic exit from the music games business, Activision had a karaoke game in the works – Sing Hero. Not much is known about the game beyond its use of fan numbers as a scoring device. Siliconera has a couple of assets from the shelved title, which was in the works at Rock Band Wii port developer Pi Studios. The developer has since closed, and although Activision has renewed its Sing Hero trademark, it looks like this once has been abandoned. Hit the link to pick over the bones.
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Work-for-hire developer Pi Studios has reportedly shut up shop, with former staffers legging it for the newly-formed Category 6, already at work on its first original IP.
Remember this? It’s still about.
If the US government’s Patent and Trademark office’s website is to be believed, Activision’s applied for a trademark for Sing Hero. Surely it sounds like what it is–a competitor to Sony’s Singstar and Microsoft’s Lips. Looks as though ActiBlizz bossman Bobby Kotick wasn’t lying during his company’s financial call last month, when he said that […]