Every so often, we come across a development studio that is working on a title that may very well revolutionize a genre that has been stagnant or disregarded for years. Unfortunately, these projects don’t always work out exactly the way we hoped they would.
GamerFirst, who today announced it has acquired the rights to the ill-fated action-MMO All Points Bulletin, has annouced that it is taking the game into development to prepare it for a free-to-play relaunch in the second half of 2011. All Points Bulletin was shut down a mere two months and 17 days after being launched, […]
When Realtime Worlds shut down the All Points Bulletin server last week after a measly 2 months and 17 days of active service, many users were outraged over the fact that they were unable to recover the funds they had invested in the game. Now, EA is offering compensation to users who purchased the game via […]
While Realtime Worlds had to shut down their action MMO All Points Bulletin after less than three months of operation, its investors is still looking to make a profit off the IP. At this point that means selling it, and many high-profile developers are in the market. One of the more likely candidates is Epic […]