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Retro: Kingpin: Life Of Crime

This article is a revised version of a retrospective written last year for PC Gamer UK. There was nothing funny about Kingpin. It was a genuinely vicious game, with some of the most violent scenes from any shooter I can recall. Severed heads, gashed bodies, screamed obscenities: only the absolute dismemberment of Soldier of Fortune managed to outrank it in bloodiness. Presumably it was this…

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From The Ashes

A quick follow-up to the scurrilous speculation a little while back that Interplay was about to resuscitate most of its major franchises. Actually, they are. "The company will leverage its portfolio of gaming properties by creating sequels to some of its most successful games, including Earthworm Jim, Dark Alliance, Descent, and MDK," says robot-press-releaseman right here. They're also setting up a new in-house development studio…

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Interplay It Again

Odd timing, this - on the same day that Obsidian, a company formed from the ashes of Black Isle, finally step out of Bioware's shadow and announce their own game, we also see the return of Black Isle's much-troubled owners, Interplay. Interplay.com now hosts this excited image: and a Coming Soon message. See the full pic here. Going left to right, we've got MDK, Earthworm…

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Fallout fallout

Scan of a 1960s bomb shelter brochure - more excellent images at this fine fellow's Flickr account. Against all odds, ever-struggling games publisher Interplay still functions - despite being nearly $3m in debt. Still, that's better than the nearly $60m in the red it was back in 2001, eh? Now it's a hobo that can afford a wash once in a while. Given that actual…

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