In what was already a grim month for the gaming industry, 5th Cell announces the cancellation of its upcoming Scribblenauts title and, worse, layoffs within the studio.
Warner Bros. Interactive has unveiled the latest iteration of the ‘Scribblenauts’ franchise, and it features heroes and villains from the DC Comics universe.
‘Scribblenauts’ developer 5th Cell is reportedly working on a new title called ‘Unmasked’ that will combine ‘Scribblenauts’ gameplay with DC Comics superheroes, villains, and locales.
Iconic Nintendo characters from the ‘Super Mario’ and ‘The Legend of Zelda’ franchises will be appearing in the upcoming ‘Scribblenauts Unlimited’ for Wii U.
Read our ‘Hybrid’ review to find out if ‘Scribblenauts’ developer, 5th Cell, has crafted a completely different multiplayer shooter experience – with a heavy emphasis on cover. Is it worth checking out?
We went hands-on with 5th Cell’s ‘Hybrid’, a unique shooter that literally flips the genre on its head, at San Diego Comic-Con 2012.
E3 2012 is over and we’ve gathered to reflect on the best of what was presented this year. Here are the nominees for Game Rant’s E3 2012 Awards!
Maxwell and his imaginary notebook have moved to the Wii U. After playing it, we can’t help but think that ‘Scribblenauts Unlimited’ is paving the way for other Wii U developers.
It’s time for more Wii U game trailers! Take a look at the debut trailers for ‘ZombiU,’ ‘Scribblenauts Unlimited,’ ‘LEGO City: Undercover’ and ‘Project P-100.’
E3 is less than a week away and new trailers keep popping up. Brand new trailers for ‘Kingdom Hearts: 3D Dream Drop Distance,’ ‘Hybrid,’ and ‘Quantum Conundrum’ are ready for your viewing pleasure.
Don’t think you should have to pay 60 dollars for every game that comes out? 5th Cell’s boss Jeremiah Slaczka feels explains how and why this needs to change.
Scribblenauts Developer 5th Cell reveals their next game: Hybrid, a post-apocalyptic shooter for Xbox Live!
5th Cell, the developer of Scribblenauts, is finally bringing a game to Xbox 360 and they are teasing it with a classic countdown.
Does ‘Super Scribblenauts’ manage to improve on the many shortcomings of its predecessor? Read Game Rant’s review to find out.
With the addition of adjectives and an improved control-scheme, Super Scribblenauts is looking great. Check out the trailer inside!