Buzz! developer Relentless are no more

Buzz! developer Relentless are no more

Aug 7, 2016

It’s a sad day for both the UK game development scene and quiz game enthusiasts as Relentless Software has shut down, company founder Andrew Eades has told GamesIndustry.biz. With a thirteen year history of success built upon the studio’s¬†Buzz!¬†franchise between 2005 to 2010 as well as 2009’s Blue Toad Murder Files, the announcement comes as...

Blue Toad Murder Files episode three: review

Format: PS3 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Relentless Developer: Relentless Players: 1 – 4 Site:www.bluetoadmurderfiles.co.uk Last week, the PS3’s most highly anticipated exclusive was finally released. A tense crime thriller that aims to redefine what videogames are capable of; to blur the line between movie and game; to finally give gamers...

Blue Toad Murder Files (episode two): review

Format: PS3 (PSN) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Relentless Developer: Relentless Software Players: 1-4 Site: www.bluetoadmurderfiles.co.uk In amongst all the brainbending lateral thinking of episode one, two people were murdered; one at the beginning, and one at the end. Everybody who starts off alive in this episode survives to the end. This time round,...

Blue Toad Murder Files (episode one): review

Blue Toad Murder Files (episode one): review

Dec 22, 2009

Format: PS3 (PSN) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Relentless Developer: Relentless Software Players: 1-4 Site: www.bluetoadmurderfiles.com No guns, no dragons, no sandbox world, no obsessively detailed car engines, no half naked young women, no online play… is there a place for Blue Toad Murder Files on the PS3? Blue Toad is perhaps best described...

Blue Toad Murder Files: hands – on

If you’re a relatively small developer promoting your upcoming game, showing it off at the Eurogamer Expo is a great way to go about it. Less than ideal is to be tucked away from the main show floor, in an area openly referred to as ‘The Basement’, which nonetheless houses crowdhogging titles such as Heavy Rain (which wasn’t actually...