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.
Publisher Electronic Arts announces that it is closing down developer Visceral Games, creator of the well-loved Dead Space series and Battlefield: Hardline.
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.
While there were many great games seen at E3 2017, there were still some that were missed at the show. These are the 10 games we missed seeing the most at E3 2017.
Amy Hennig, the director of the Star Wars game at Visceral Games, reveals Star Wars Battlefront 2 is to blame for the highly anticipated game skipping E3 2017.
With the positive reception to Prey’s sci-fi horror elements, we discuss why now is the time for EA and Visceral Games to revive the dormant Dead Space series.
Xbox’s Major Nelson reveals that Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 are now part of the Xbox One backward compatibility library, complete with digital availability.
Game designers Ben Wanat and Wright Bagwell reveal that the release of Resident Evil 4 swayed Visceral Games from making System Shock 3 towards creating Dead Space.
Former Uncharted Creative Director Amy Hennig discusses how she and Visceral Games are working together to ensure the mysterious new Star Wars game is “authentic”.
Amy Hennig, creative director of Visceral’s upcoming Star Wars game, reveals further details about the mysterious project during a panel at Star Wars Celebration 2016.
Electronic Arts gives Star Wars fans a behind-the-scenes look at the production process for the multiple games it has in development for the science fiction universe.
Jade Raymond, general manager for Visceral Games, reveals that Visceral’s upcoming Star Wars title is ‘groundbreaking’ and that the game will tell a new Star Wars story.
It’s been a few years since the last Dead Space title, but players can relive the horror all over again as the first game is now backward compatible on Xbox One.
Potential information surrounding a sequel to Star Wars Republic Commando hits Reddit thanks to someone who is involved with the marketing campaign for the 2017 game.