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1 year ago

THQ Nordic buy the studios behind Wreckfest and Goat Simulator

THQ Nordic have gobbled up yet more studios, today announcing they've bought Bugbear Entertainment and Coffee Stain Studios. Bugbear are the smash-happy Finnish studio behind racing games including Wreckfest and the first three FlatOuts, while Coffee Stain made FPS tower defence series Sanctum and wack 'em up Goat Simulator as well as publishing games including Deep Rock Galatic. It sounds like they broadly plan to…

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4 years ago

Zoomsmash! FlatOut 4: Total Insanity Coming In 2016

When Bugbear Entertainment crowdfunded their smash-o-racer Wreckfest, they drew from an audience built on their previous crash 'em up series FlatOut. 2011's FlatOut 3 was the first PC FlatOut they weren't behind, and was shoddy enough that it seemed it'd be the last. I'm a touch wary of publishers Strategy First revealing FlatOut 4: Total Insanity [official site], then, but I do like a good…

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6 years ago

Next Car Game Crashes Kickstarter

BugBear's Next Car Game is the spiritual successor to their FlatOut series. And by that I mean it's covered in ectoplasm and knocking on the pipes and oh no it's grabbed television's Sarah Greene! But in another sense this is the game they've always wanted to make. One which conveys everything they've learned and put into their car crashing racing games, but in a new…

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FlatOut Pancaked: ‘Next Car Game’ Is Stunning

Like a tyre rolling from the twisted, sad mess of a vehicle pile up, I shed a single tear at the awful state of the last FlatOut game. FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction wasn't made by the original developers, BugBear, but its existence appears to have angered them into returning to the car crashing games that they love. It doesn't have the FlatOut name, but…

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