Martin Walfisz

Walfisz: PS3 piracy could become more rampant than PSP piracy

Massive Entertainment co-founder Martin Walfisz has said now that PS3 has been properly hacked, Sony will be unable combat piracy effectively on the system and it could prove to be a piracy situation worse than the one currently facing handhelds.

10 years ago

Martin Walfisz headlines

  • Ubisoft has "very ambitious plans" for Massive - Walfisz

    Martin Walfisz, the Massive founder confirmed as leaving the studio yesterday, has said that new owner Ubisoft sees a big future for the Swedish firm.“I will not manage Ubisoft Massive going forward. Last week I decided not to accept the offer to manage the studio, and my last day with the team was on Friday,” […]

    12 years ago
  • Massive Entertainment founder Martin Walfisz leaves studio

    Massive Entertainment’s Martin Walfiszhas left both the studio he founded and its new owner, Ubisoft.Formed in 1997, Massive was purchased by Vivendi in 2002 and was acquired by Ubisoft after being put up for sale by Activision Blizzard last year.“Ubisoft is saddened by the recent departure of Martin Walfiz from Massive Entertainment and we wish […]

    12 years ago
  • Massive to work on Ubi MMOs

    Speaking at the Annual BMO Capitol Markets Interactive Entertainment conference this morning, Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot said that newly acquired RTS studio Massive is going to be put to work on getting Ubi into the MMO field.“We just bought it from them since those guys have Blizzard so they didn’t need that studio as much […]

    12 years ago
  • Activision puts Massive up for sale: "We have plenty of options," says Walfisz

    Speaking exclusively to VG247, Massive Entertainment’s senior execs have revealed that they’re already in talks for a potential sale of the World in Conflict developer, following now-confirmed news that Activision is to sell the outfit as a result of its merger with Blizzard.“It seems like we have plenty of options,” said company president and founder […]

    13 years ago