Browsing tag: TimeSplitters

THQ Nordic Hires Franchise Co-Creator for New TimeSplitters Game News 0

News 0 In a press release today THQ Nordic announced that franchise co-creator Steve Ellis would be coming on board to help make a new TimeSplitters game. Ellis is said to have joined the project in order to help direct the future of the franchise, though no details on what that future might look like were outlined. […]

Deep Silver Acquires Timesplitters News 3

News 3 Remember the Timesplitters franchise? The beloved first-person shooter franchise has found a new home in Koch Media or otherwise known as the parent company of Deep Silver (Dead Island, Saints Row)! In a press release, Koch Media announced that it has acquired the intellectual property rights to the Timesplitters brand, and the rights to create […]

Latest Timesplitters Rewind Developer Update Talks About the Project’s Status News 0

News 0 In case you didn’t know, Timesplitters, the cult favorite first-person shooter that broke out during the PlayStation 2 era, is being revived by a group of enthusiastic people called “Timesplitters Rewind.” While the development on the project started way back in 2013, the project hasn’t been in full development since it’s not an official product, […]

Every FPS Loses Money Except for Call of Duty and Battlefield, Says Timesplitters Dev News 37

News 37 Co-founder and former MD of Timesplitters developer Free Radical Software, Steve Ellis, has weighed in on the state of the FPS genre. Besides creating Timesplitters, Ellis was the man behind the mutliplayer of the much celebrated Golden Eye on N64. “I spent the whole of 2008 going round talking to publishers trying to sign up Timesplitters 4,” Ellis revealed. “There […]

The Greatest Multiplayer Game of 2002: Battlefield 1942 News 3

News 3 Last week, Fahed kicked off our epic 11-part countdown to the best multiplayer game of 2011 with Counter-Strike 1.1, winning 2001’s greatest MP game. This week, it’s my honor to follow it up with my favorite game of all time: Battlefield 1942 Every Battlefield fan knows this intro. From the initial chords (OK, intervals, cleverly referenced in […]