Pandemic Pipeline Pushes Softimage|XSI

Softimage, the Avid subsid, says that Los Angeles-based Pandemic Studios–creators of the upcoming console titles Full Spectrum Warrior, Mercenaries and Star Wars Battlefront–is ... Continue Reading →

Filmmakers Put Secret Game Code in Scooby-Doo 2

The Warner Bros. sequel Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed will reveal a secret code that unlocks special features in THQ’s Game Boy Advance and PC games based on the live-action/CG ... Continue Reading →

QuakeCon 2004 Details Announced

Gamers can start making travel plans for their annual pilgrimage to the "Woodstock of gaming." The 9th annual QuakeCon video game festival and tournament will be held August ... Continue Reading →

Splinter Cell Sequel Goes Big-Screen

No, it’s not yet another announcement of a feature film deal based on a popular video game. The long-awaited Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is going to theaters ... Continue Reading →

UPN Offers Free Game Over PC Game

If you enjoyed the premiere of UPN’s new CG-animated series, Game Over, last night, you can now get into the action with a free downloadable PC game based on the half-hour comedy. ... Continue Reading →

BAM! to "Do It" with Starsky & Hutch Game

Bam! Ent. Inc. has signed on as the exclusive North American distributor of the video game based on the Starsky & Hutch big-screen comic redo starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. ... Continue Reading →

American McGee Joins Enlight

Parkville, Md.-based entertainment software developer/publisher Enlight Interactive Inc. has hired renowned artist and video game visionary American McGee as creative director. Founder ... Continue Reading →

Rockstar Revs Up for Next GTA Run

If you liked spending time in Vice City, go to Map Quest and punch up San Andreas. Rockstar Games, the publishing division of Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., has announced the next ... Continue Reading →

Majesco to Put Nick Toons on Game Boy

Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance may be great for playing video games on the go, but several companies are working to make it another way for kids to get their fix of popular animated ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Net, AOL to Give Developer Big Break

Cartoon Network and America Online have joined forces to launch Project Goldmaster, a program aimed at giving one up-and-coming game developer a big break in the industry. The contest ... Continue Reading →