Posts Tagged ‘infogrames-in-disguise’

Postin’ Trailers Makes Me Feel Good

By Alec Meer on December 3rd, 2008.

Stay Puft, man

It is fine to hear those characters again

Ghostbusters, as you may have heard, is back from the dead. It was an early casualty of the Actard merger, but has lately been rescued by Infogrames-in-disguise. Here’s the new publisher’s opening salvo – a partly pre-rendered trailer mostly showing off the original cast strutting their voice-stuff. It is fine to hear those characters again, though Bill Murray does sound like he’s more in Garfield mode than Venkman mode. Moving pictures, talking voices and plasticy faces beneath the cut.
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More Baldur & Neverwinter, Soon-Ish

By Alec Meer on December 2nd, 2008.

Yes, fantasy RPG sequels are inbound. It’s pretty much a dead cert that Bioware won’t be involved, as they’re busy being owned by EA these days, and Atari seem to have clung on the Dungeons & Dragons license without ‘em. Infogrames-in-disguise are definitely planning to revisit these two seminal roleplaying names however, though a developer’s not been announced. Neither has a release date. Maybe not next year, according to Atari’s Phil Harrison, but soon, and for the rest of your life. Or at least as long as Wizards of the Coast keep on letting ‘em make D&D games, anyway.
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