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British outlet Rare has furthered strengthened its workforce by picking up devs from studios struck by layoffs and closures.
UK games developer Rare has teamed up with licensing agent Tinderbox to develop merchandise based on its hit brands.
Industry commentators have taken to calling Playtonic ‘the new Rare’.
Fans of 1990s hit Banjo-Kazooie will have to wait a little bit longer for its spiritual sequel.
No more games will be added to the Rare Replay collection, the studio has said.
If Nintendo had had its way, James Bond would have killed none of his enemies in the hugely successful Goldeneye on N64.
Put the Rare Replay compilation disc into the Xbox One and you’ll be greeted by a song and dance routine.
Dark Souls, Banjo-Kazooie, Zelda, Resident Evil, God of War, Devil May Cry, Final Fantasy, Grim Fandango, Borderlands, Gears of War, Journey, Saints Row... 2015’s release schedule reads somewhat like a ...
Tim and Chris Stamper will be jointly named as this year’s Development Legends at the Develop Industry Excellence Awards on the night of July 15th.
You know what we thought about Microsoft’s 2015 E3 press conference (spoiler: It was good), but what about the rest of the games industry?
Banjo-Kazooie creator Rare has come out in full force at Microsoft's E3 press conference.
Microsoft’s pre-E3 press conference will start at 5:30pm in the UK on Monday, June 15th – 9:30am in Los Angeles.
The N64 era is back: Rare veterans on Wii U, triple-A development and its successor to Banjo Kazooie
Gavin Price is feeling nervous.
Playtonic Games' Kickstarter campaign for Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee is scheduled to begin later today.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has confirmed that whatever it is Rare may be working on, it isn’t a new Conker game.
Playtonic's Banjo-Kazooie successor heading to Kickstarter while Rare's Banjo-Kazooie appears at SXSW
It was a good weekend for Banjo-Kazooie fans.
The head of music at UK developer Rare has suggested that the studio will unveil at least one new title in 2015.