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Microsoft studio Rare, developer of "Kinect Sport Rivals," has laid people off due to disappointing sales of its new game. This comes at the same time as Kinect's future has become uncertain.
Microsoft Xbox leader Phil Spencer says their UK-based developer Rare, which has made Kinect exclusive titles for the past few years, is "evaluating what they want to do next".
An extremely rare copy of 'Nintendo World Championships' for the NES, one of just 116 ever created, is up for auction and, despite not being in the best condition, bids are climbing rapidly.
The Xbox One launch title Killer Instinct will add a single player Arcade mode some time after its release on November 22nd, but there will be an infinite Survival mode for its launch.
A new trailer for Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One launch title Killer Instinct shows an all new female fighter rather than a revamped versions of a character from the first version of the series.
Microsoft has announced that the upcoming Xbox One fighting game Killer Instinct will have several different price points, including buying new characters for $4.99 each or in bundle packs.
Microsoft has revealed one of its in-house developed Xbox One games, Kinect Sports Rivals, that was originally announced as a launch title for the new console has now been delayed to spring 2014.
Microsoft VP Phil Harrison said this week that the company is no longer just working on developing Xbox 360 games but is working on games for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
UK-based Microsoft developer Rare has posted up that it is hiring for at least two positions at its studio to work for a previously unannounced Windows 8 games team.
Rare's second entry into the Kinect motion games canon tries to improve on its previous attempt at translating traditional sports into Kinect gestures, but parts of it still feel like a tech demo.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft game developer Rare is working on a "mature" themed game for the next version of Microsoft's Xbox game console.
Rare confirmed today that Banjo-Tooie will release on April 30th, on Xbox 360 Live Arcade along with Tooie themed gamerpics. A price wasn't announced but gamers can expect to pay a similar price as they...
The Metal Gear Solid series is considered one of the fundamental stealth action franchises. However, there was nothing sneaky about Konami's "Media Alert," in which it was announced that MGS creator and Konami vice president...
WE'VE HAD MANY mails from people who want to buy Geforce 6800 Ultra cards in Europe and US but they simply could not find any of them, anywhere. We asked Nvidia about this but Nvidia...
British studio Rare is not working on titles for the Nintendo DS, according to a statement from Microsoft denying reports which surfaced at E3 that the Microsoft Game Studios subsidiary had games in the pipeline...
Microsoft has quietly lent its support to Nintendo's DS handheld, it has been alleged, with wholly owned British studio Rare apparently already working on two titles for the new console. According to US website GCAdvanced,...
REDMOND, Wash. — Sept. 24, 2002 — Microsoft Corp. today announced it has purchased U.K.-based Rare Ltd., one of the world's leading video game developers, further demonstrating Microsoft's commitment to providing the most innovative interactive...
Microsoft has acquired British game developer Rare, a Nintendo executive confirmed Friday. Nintendo said in a statement that it has sold its 49 percent interest in Rare--developer of games based on popular Nintendo...
Thanks Dazzla for posting this on our forums. LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 20, 2002--As part of a strategic redirection of its game development investments, Nintendo announces it has sold its 49 percent ownership position in...