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Kojima working on new game

Metal Gear Solid creator's next game will be unveiled next week; details under wraps. While it hasn't been too long since Konami's release of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, its director,... More...

Fourth Hitman working for Blood Money

Ailing publisher Eidos names the fourth installment in its assassin series, due next spring. In September, British publisher Eidos reported its financial earnings for the fiscal year 2004. Amid the disclosures of... More...

Paul Oakenfold working on EA titles

Electronic Arts has secured the services of veteran dance and electronic music DJ Paul Oakenfold to contribute to its GoldenEye: Rogue Agent and FIFA Football 2005 games, the publisher announced this week. In his role... More...

Iridion dev working on DS shooter

Iridion developer Shin'en Multimedia is working on a Nintendo DS title called Nanostray, judging by a product page on the German developer's website. Its set to be published by Majesco in Q1 2005. See that?... More...

Silicon Knights Working On Xbox?

A new game could be announced as soon as this summer...Too Human, perhaps? Silicon Knights, the developer behind such games as Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, Eternal Darkness, and the GameCube version... More...

Working Phantom Preview

1Up has an article covering their private viewing of the Phantom, down at CES, where the writer apparently played Return to Castle Wolfenstein on the device, which is somewhat at odds with this comment: ... More...

Sun working on quick-change servers

Sun Microsystems is working on a project to let administrators quickly change the personalities of large groups of servers so the machines can switch from one type of work to another--a move Sun hopes could... More...

Working to make play pay

Online game companies shoot for business model that works In the search for ways to make online gaming profitable, game companies are trying episodic games, digital distribution, and "advergames" that serve as... More...

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