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A free trial version of Kinect Sports Rivals will be made available as a download for all Xbox One owners.
Rare's best-selling sporting mini-game collection will return when Xbox One launches this November.
Industry vet George Andreas has left Microsoft-owned developer Rare for Sony Europe.
Industry verteran Scott Henson has been named as the new head of operations at Fable studio Lionhead.
The next big challenge for Kinect developers is natural speech, says Rare engineer David Quinn.
Former Sega design chief Simon Woodroffe has joined Microsoft-owned UK developer Rare as its new creative director.
Activision’s toy-based console title Skylanders has demonstrated its incredibly loyal fan following after an auction for some rare figures reached £797 on eBay.
Total immersion in a believable and completely customisable digital world. The vision offered by Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Holodeck represents the ultimate gaming nirvana, and Rare boss Scott Henson ...
Cult download hit Super Meat Boy will arrive in the form of two UK retail special editions on August 26th.
Rare is reportedly working on a new Kinect title where voice control is a big focus.
UK studio Rare is at the centre of conflicting accounts of layoffs across its art department.
Microsoft has launched a Kinect Sports Facebook application that offers integration with the motion-sensing game.
Though it’s now a wholly-owned Microsoft studio, UK developer Rare has hinted that it may yet return to rival platforms for future handheld projects.
Scott Henson, the new studio manager of Microsoft owned developer Rare, has told MCV that he expects the studio to work exclusively on Kinect-compatible software going forwards.
Microsoft has revealed that experienced company man Scott Henson has become the new studio manager of owned UK developer Rare.
Ed fries, the man central to Microsoft’s record-breaking $375 million acquisition of Rare, revealed to Develop that Bobby Kotick’s Activision made an princely offer for the GoldenEye studio – one ...
Microsoft’s innovative controllerless peripheral, Kinect, has not been downgraded during its evolution from concept to final product, says an exec at UK studio Rare.
Microsoft has kicked off a nationwide competition allowing three winners to bring Kinect to their town or village.
All three platform holders have thrown their weight behind this week's Edinburgh Interactive Festival, promising to show off new titles and technology.
The Kinect development director at Rare believes the industry’s principal control mechanism – the joypad – has grown too complex and complicated for the wider market.
The organisers of GDC Europe have announced a string of lectures and talks for its 2010 event in Cologne.
Microsoft has announced Kinect Sports, a new mini-game compilation that uses the motion controller.
UK studio Rare has undergone a facelift as it turns 25, resplendent with four new logos.