British developer Eurocom has been forced to lay off its remaining employees and cease business after 25 years
Marking the demi-centennial of the Agent James Bond’s first mission, Activision announced 007 Legends, a game that will “recreate a number of the character’s most iconic moments from the silver screen.” The publisher has tapped UK-based studio Eurocom to continue their work on the franchise (after both 2010’s Goldeneye: 007 and its Reloaded HD cousin).
Activision has been a magnet for negative industry opinion in recent months (most of it surrounding studio head Bobby Kotick). With the remake of one of the publisher’s classic titles, Goldeneye 007, Martin Hollis, one of the developers of the original title (Goldeneye 64), had some words for the company and the project.
One of the eternally beloved FPS games of any era, Goldeneye 007 was a Nintendo 64 classic that has been remade by fans for generations, but now it could be finally receiving a professional upgrade. Eurogamer is claiming close sources to the matter, and saying that a November-launch of a Wii/DS-exclusive remake of the Goldeneye […]