Entries in 'irrational games' (22)
Last week in a shock announcement, Take-Two and Ken Levine announced that Irrational Games – the studio behind BioShock – was being closed.
The second episode of Bioshock Infinite's Burial at Sea DLC will arrive on March 25th, publisher 2K Games has announced.
Bioshock Infinite developer Irrational Games has suffered a round of layoffs.
BioShock Infinite has crossed 4m sales since launching in March, according to Take-Two.
The first BioShock Infinite DLC could include a new AI companion character, according to a 2K Games animator’s LinkedIn profile.
Former Gears of War producer and current Bioshock Infintie VP of development Rod Fergusson has announced his exit from Irrational Games just eight months after being hired on.
Ken Levine has revealed that the Bioshock film has been cancelled while in production, adding that the decision was ultimately his own.
She’s become the iconic face of Irrational Games’ upcoming BioShock Infinite, but the Elizabeth character was almost cut out of the game on more than one occasion.
Irrational Games has announced Bioshock Infinite will seek the ways of the Season Pass for post-launch content.
New, less promising, info on the Playstation Vita Bioshock game last mentioned back in April has come about.
The next outing in the acclaimed BioShock series won't be arriving the February as planned.
Bioshock Infinite’s development team has taken another hit with the loss of two more key members.
Former Bioshock Infinite art director Nate Wells has revealed he’ll be joining Naughty Dog to apparently focus on their upcoming PS3-exclusive The Last of Us.
At least a handful of members from the Bioshock Infinite development team have departed six months ahead of the game’s current release date.
The British Board of Film Classification notes the BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition as headed for a UK release.
Irrational Games’ Ken Levine has provided info on the upcoming Bioshock Vita game.
Voting has opened for Time Magazine's annual 100 most influential people poll, with two notable gaming industry leaders making this year’s list of finalists.
Jonathan Chey, co-founder of Irrational games and former head of Irrational Australia, has started up a new developer: Blue Manchu.
Ken Levine has confirmed that BioShock Infinite will be compatible with PlayStation Move.