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.
While sales for Silent Hill: Shattered Memories were disappointing from the start, Climax Group’s second foray into the popular survival horror Silent Hill franchise (the developer made Origins in 2007,) found a home in generally favorable reviews and fan acclaim. Enough, according to the developer, to merit a sequel.
With only a screenshot to tantalize the fanbase after it’s cryptic E3 hint, The Legend of Zelda series director Eiji Aonuma recently sat down with Official Nintendo Magazine to give an update on the next Wii-entry in the franchise.
Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma has told the Official Nintendo Magazine to expect the next Zelda Wii title announcement at the next E3. When asked what can we expect from the title he replied, “It is something we used to talk about with Mr Miyamoto, and he and I agree that if we are following the […]