While talking on Kinda Funny Games Daily, Rogue One writer Gary Whitta weighs in on the canceled Star Wars video game that was in development at Visceral Games.
Visceral Games developers detail an unreleased Jack the Ripper game which reworked history and let players take on the role of Jack himself while hunting the undead.
Major Nelson takes to Twitter to announce two new additions to the Xbox One backward compatibility program, including the God of War-like action game Dante's Inferno.
Amy Hennig, one of the key developers of Visceral's Star Wars game, discusses the game's cancellation and major problems the industry has been facing 'for years.'
EA's chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen reveals why the company canceled Visceral Games' Star Wars game and why it chose to close the developer.
Visceral Games' Star Wars game would have been similar to the Uncharted series, with EA ensuring that the developer made the title different enough from Drake's adventures.
Todd Stashwick, who was co-writing Visceral's Star Wars project with Uncharted series writer Amy Hennig, takes to Twitter to describe the game as 'fun and funny.'
Following EA's decision to close Visceral Games and delay the planned Star Wars title the studio was developing, the company's stock shares take a noticeable dip.
A former Visceral Games developer reveals that, despite Dead Space 2 selling 4 million copies, Electronic Arts viewed the sequel as a sales disappointment.
Visceral's Star Wars game will continue development under the wing of a different development team, reveals EA, as the game's design will 'pivot' too.
Another supposed leak about the upcoming Star Wars game from Visceral offers details about what could be another central character and suggests a sequel is planned.
A recent rumor suggests Visceral's upcoming Star Wars game will take place between Episodes IV and V, and will explore the criminal underworld of the outer rim.