Posts Tagged ‘Neversoft’

The Rise and Fall of Guitar Hero and Rock Band

How did the plastic instrument get started? This and more are discussed in the video!

Neversoft Co-Founder Disagrees That Annualization Hurt Tony Hawk Franchise

“You essentially hit a point in time where our games split the market with Skate.”

Activision Approved Wild West Shooter Gun 2 But Neversoft Canned It

Business reasons were to blame.

Tony Hawk Studio Neversoft Closed, Sets Fire to Logo

Blaze of Glory

Neversoft to be Merged Into Infinity Ward, Developer Confirms

Nevergone in our hearts.

Rumor: Neversoft Working on Next Installment in Modern Warfare

Call of Duty 10: Modern Warfare 4?

Guitar Hero Developer Moving on to the FPS Genre

With the exceptions of Spider-Man in 2000 and Gun in 2005, NeversoftRead the full article…

Latest DJ Hero and Guitar Hero Titles Get Their Prices Slashed

If you’re still itching for some post-Christmas games and are in theRead the full article…

Guitar Hero, DJ Hero, Need a Hero to Save Them

Since the explosion of the genre in 2006 and 2007, music games seem to have hit their saturation point. Can anything stop the demise of Guitar Hero?

Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Disappointing At Retail

Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock was released during the last week of September. This was developer Neversoft’s last shot at the long-running series, since publisher Activision had handed the reigns over to the team at Vicarious Visions. But it looks like Neversoft’s final gig in the series may have been its most disappointing.

PS3 Review – Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock

Since 2007, Neversoft and Activision have rolled out seven iterations of theirRead the full article…

Guitar Hero’s Warriors of Rock to Shred Last Year’s Hero

It’s time to face that facts: The dominace that the Music Genre had over the gaming industry is slowy, but surely, coming to an end. But that has stopped Activision from claiming that the year’s entry for Guitar Hero, Warriors of Rock, will silence the critics and sell more copies than last year’s version, World Tour. Has Activision visited the future or will this rock show just not retire?