Intel teases 'Odyssey' graphics events
Hype building for 2020 dGPU launch.
Promises a 'direct pipeline' for modders.
Humble Indie Bundle 9 has launched, featuring Trine 2, Brutal Legend, Mark of the Ninja, Fez, FTL and the beta of Eets Munchies.
Double Fine RTS-bralwer Brutal Legend is making its way to the PC, three years after its initial release.
Tim Schafer's Double Fine has announced a new game for XBLA, called Trenched.
Tim Schafer says publishers are to blame for the lack of PC releases.
Tim Schafer has confirmed that Brutal Legend 2 will not get a sequel.
We take a look at the latest game from Tim 'Grim Fandango' Schafer, who this time has teamed up with Ozzy Osbourne and Jack Black to make what might be the definitive music game for rockers and rollers. Take a gander to find out what we think of Brütal Legend.
EA Denmark has revealed the full list of songs to be featured in upcoming heavy metal game, Brütal Legend.
Games need to start dealing with new topics and subject matter, says Brutal Legend designer Tim Schafer.
Activision has launched a lawsuit against Double Fine Studios over Brütal Legend to try and prevent the game from being released.
The next game from the mind of Tim Schafer is a hilarious romp through a world inspired mainly by heavy metal album covers. With a kick-ass soundtrack, hordes of evil demons to vanquish and more long hair than you can shake a guitar at, Brütal Legend looks to be a hell of a game!
Tim Schafer thinks fans worry about game sales far too much and urges them to just have fun with his next game.
Activision Blizzard is reportedly getting a bit touchy over Brutal Legend and may be looking for ways to stop EA from publishing the game.
2008 is over and a new year looms over us like a storm-cloud of awesomeness. Now we turn into meteorologists, scanning that coming thunder to try and forecast what 2009 might hold for gamers.
Electronic Arts has announced that it has picked up Activision's cast off, Tim Schafer's Brütal Legend.
Activision isn't ashamed that it has been exploiting successful franchises. Not at all. According to CEO Bobby Kotick, it's a good strategy.
Activision has released a new product schedule, with no mention of Ghostbusters or Brutal Legend, both of which may be lost in the merger.