Eurogamer is reporting (via the findings of Twitter-investigator Superannuation) that the recently released Kinect Star Wars is the result of ten different design teams. Specifically, the hack-and-slash/dance-simulation/city-stomping/pod-racing motion game was “supervised 1 PC and 9 external teams (200+ heads)”. Teams reported to be involved in the project are Frontier Developments (Kinectimals), Terminal Reality (Ghostbusters: the […]
By Mike Wise Terminal Reality and Atari are trying to revive Ghostbusters 20 years after the theatrical release of Ghostbusters II. What’s not to like about Ghostbusters? You’ve got Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson cracking jokes and fighting ghosts. It sounds like the perfect premise for a videogame, but is it?