The long talked about version of NBA Jam featuring Michael Jordan should still exist, according to the creator.
In a rather strange move, classic Midway arcade game Joust has returned to Xbox Live Arcade -- additionally being added to Xbox One's Backwards Compatibility program. Joust notably disappeared in 2010 when developer Midway became defunct,
Phosphor Games Studio has been through hell and back trying to get their Project Awakened game a reality. And unfortunately, they reached another bump in the road, since they've failed to reach their Kickstarter goal.
Players who want more from Playstation Home than just a new game will be happy to find tons of new content hitting the store Wednesday.
After spending almost twenty years at a struggling Midway before its demise, Matt Booty, who was their CEO, is now joining forces with Microsoft to help them with their mobile gaming business as general manager.
There's something about taking classic games, turning them into movies, and destroying whatever love we had for them, that Hollywood really enjoys. And it's not the crappy games that these guys have a vendetta for, no -