Studio Liverpool, once known as Psygnosis, is no more, but Siliconera has dug up a long lost treasure: Fall of the Artificer. This steampunk PS2 game was in the works for Sony between 2000 and 2001 but never saw the light of day; hit the link to see some concept art taken from a former staffer’s CV. Although its become known mainly for the WipeOut and F1 series, SCE Liverpool actually had a very broad portfolio.
Blizzard’s unpredictable eagle eagles strike again.
My Nintendo members can grab some goodies with their Gold Points.
BioWare builds a corn maze to advertise Anthem, but what were you expecting after Goose Cam and the holiday stream
BioWare’s marketing team spends a lot of time reading engagement reports peppered with “daqfaq did I just watch” and congratulating themselves for it.
Core members of Sony Liverpool have formed a new studio called Firesprite, keeping the Psygnosis torch alight.
Does Sony have any idea the treasure it’s sitting on since it acquired – and shut down – Psygnosis? The familiar owl logo graced many a PSOne-era favourite; let’s highlight a few particularly shining gems.