Bungie founder Would be “Surprised” If Microsoft Messed up on Halo 4

Bungie Founder Alex Seropian spent some time telling Gamespot about his new Mobile Game Development Company, Industrial Toys. Near the end of the interview, Gamespot asked Seropian what he thought of Halo 4 being helmed by 343 Industries and Microsoft. He had this to say:

 I don’t think I can be anything other than hopeful that it will be great. We’ll see. Halo is one of the crown jewels in the Microsoft gaming IP, if not the crown jewel, so you would expect nothing less than for them to take the time needed and apply the resources needed to make it great. I would be pretty surprised if they whiffed it. Maybe it will bring a fresh perspective, and that’s so hard because there’s so many fans that are used to a particular thing that bringing something new is often…it’s hard to bring something new to a franchise that’s so established. I’m looking forward to it.



Stargate Producer set to work on Primeval: New world

It looks like Vancouver’s Spin-off of Primevalwill be produced by Stargate Alumnus Martin Wood. As a Director and Producer for Stargate: SG-1 for many years, Wood brings the possibility of other Stargate cast and crew to be involved with the new series. We don’t know if this is wil be a permanent arrangement, as Syfy has yet to acknowledge whether there wil be a 5th season of Wood’s other series, Sanctuary.


Slant Six Games Answers Your Operation Racoon City Questions

The @SlantsixGames Twitter account has posted a slew of answers about the upcoming Resident Evil: Racoon City Game. Peter Doidge-Harrison talks about some of the Multiplayer details, the new game modes, and some of the challenges they faced during development.


The biggest challenge was trying to keep the Resident Evil atmosphere while building a totally different style of gameplay. Capcom was very clear that they wanted a squad-based third person shooter set in the Resident Evil world. I think it works really well – I’ve personally always wanted to go back to Resident Evil 2 with a little more ammo and training, and some squad mates to support me. This decision has allowed us to up the ante with the number of zombies and B.O.Ws as well as the difficulty of some of the encounters, so it doesn’t completely lose the survival horror feel, but it’s been an interesting challenge for sure.

The rest of the answers can be found here. Resident Evil: Operation Racoon City releases on March 23rd for PS3 and Xbox 360.

Source: Twitter.