September 21, 2007

Viva Pinata: Party Animals - Demo released on Live

The Demo for our game Viva Pinata: Party Animals has been released on Xbox Live - head on over and download it to see what we've been up to.

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - Wii version announced

Finally, it has been announced that we (Krome) are working on the Wii version of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (along with the PS2/PSP versions previously announced).

I can't tell you anything beyond that, such is the life of NDA's - you'll have to watch the web for more news.

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Time for some updates!

I've been pretty slack in posting any updates this year, so here's a glut of them to keep you busy!

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February 22, 2007

A small update

It's been a hectic few months, so I thought I'd bring people up to date with whats going on my world of game development:

Test Drive Unlimited PS2+PSP should be heading to store shelves real soon. I've been writing developer diaries for IGN (even if they can't spell my name)

So thats whats wrapping up, whats going forward now that we are Krome ? As always in game development, NDAs and other legal requirements prevent us saying anything until we are allowed to. Generally this means that by the time I can mention a project you can also have found out about it on the web.

Finally I can mention these magic words: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - thats all I can say, you'll have to scour the web for other tidbits of information

Krome have also got Hellboy in the works for the 360 and PS3, which is gathering a lot of attention.

I wish I could tell you more!
(Note that when I say Krome, I'm talking about all of Krome - Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide - I'm not differentiating between the three studios)

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November 03, 2006

Krome purchases Melbourne House

Announced today, Krome Studios has purchased Melbourne House.

It's been a rough ride with Atari, we've done some awesome stuff while part of Atari (Lemans, Grand Prix Challenge, Transformers) but the last few years have been bumpy - now it's time to get back to doing what we do best, making great games!

Here's an interview with Robert Walsh on Gamasutra - I'm sure there will be much more news and discussion in the coming days.

Keep an eye out for Test Drive Unlimited PS2/PSP - coming to the stores soon (not sure of official release dates)

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