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Bandai Namco was smart to delay Project CARS

I quite like a good horror game, and this month I’ve been spoilt for choice. There’s been Sega’s terrifying Alien Isolation and Bethesda’s The Evil Within, which marked the return of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami to the genre he created. Thankfully I have been saving up my trade-in credit …

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The Sims 4 ‘glitch’ is inadvertently exposing pirates

A ‘glitch’ designed to hamper the experience of those who have pirated The Sims 4 has caught a lot of people out online. Player Attack reports that the game’s forums are awash with folk complaining that the pixelated blur normally employed to protect their avatar’s modesty is instead growing and …

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Activision’s Blur IP has returned

New publishing label Marmalade Play has today released an Android racer carrying the Blur name. Blur, lest you forget, was a racer developed by Bizarre Creations and published by Activision on PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2010. Critics were reasonably fond of it, although commercially it was considered a flop. …

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We Sing delivers the best of British

Nordic Games has released the full tracklist for its latest Wii music game, We Sing UK Hits. The karaoke title features songs from some of the biggest artists in Britain’s history and will be released on September 30th. There is a total of 40 tracks on offer, comprising a mixture …

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Bizarre Creations set to close

Activision has issued a recommendation for Bizarre Creations to close its doors. This means the Liverpool-based studio’s likelihood of running under a different publisher is almost certainly over. Last year the studio housed around 200 staff. It has developed games such as Blur, 007 Blood Stone, Project Gotham Racing and …

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Singularity and Blur fell short

Activision’s recent efforts to introduce new IP into two key genres appears not to have paid off, with the publisher admitting that both Raven Software’s Singularity and Bizarre Creations’ Blur were unable to deliver the goods at retail. Singularity fell short of meeting what is an exceptionally high bar within …

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