Blackbird Interactive, the developer behind Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak, has provided fans with a bit of tease/glimpse of its next project via a few new pictures on its Facebook page.
The desert holds all the secrets you're looking for. Get ready to comb the desert in Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak later this month.
Space is a big and violent place. Episode two of the Making of Homeworld Remastered Collection goes over what it's like to remake a classic.
Gearbox Wants To Know How Much You Want The Homeworld Franchise; HD Collector’s Edition May Be Coming
You may remember that way back in February, as THQ was selling off its property, the classic Relic Entertainment RTS franchise Homeworld was put up for bid, and eventually bought by Gearbox Software. Around Spring, Blackbird Interactive,
The third episode of Blackbird Interactive's Hardare: Shipbreakers introductory segments introduces us to our first look at Hardware's gameplay since the game was talked about a couple of years ago. The trailer, "First Contact," can be seen
The creators of Homeworld have just unveiled their newest Hardware: Shipbreakers episode, which introduces a mighty war horse vehicle called the Baserunner. The Baserunner, which you can view below, is a titanic vehicle that was thought to
Blackbird Interactive have unveiled the Prospector's Calling, the first of a series of videos detailing the backstory of their upcoming RTS, Hardware: Shipbreakers, which you can view below. Gamers can also pre-purchase The Prospector's Guides, gaining information
In what must have been an emotional moment for the former Relic Entertainment members at Blackbird Interactive, Gearbox Software recently acquired their former IP, the critically acclaimed and much-beloved Homeworld franchise. Today, Blackbird Interactive is announcing their
Interview: Daniel Irish Discusses Hardware: Shipbreakers, Shows Off Concept Art, and Explains How Homeworld Changed His Life
I was a big fan of Homeworld when it released in 1999. I first played it on my first computer via a demo, and it was one of the first real-time strategy games I'd ever played, alongside
Hardware: Shipbreakers debuted back at the end of 2011; and more than a year later, developer Blackbird Interactive--the creators of the critically acclaimed Homeworld series--have debuted a new trailer, which you can see below.