The director of upcoming The Texas Chain Saw Massacre game wants us to know that Hollywood licensing is "a total mess" so Gun Interactive probably can't add your favourite Texas Chain Saw character into the game.
CEO Wes Keltner broke the news on Twitter, offering a "friendly reminder" to players that despite their demands, Gun can't add just any character or location from the movie series' considerable back catalogue because it doesn't "have those rights".
Three executives are leaving The Callisto Protocol developer Striking Distance Studios following the game's commercial underperformance, including studio co-founder and Dead Space veteran Glen Schofield.
Wccftech interviewed The Astronauts CEO Adrian Chmielarz to talk about Witchfire, the dark fantasy roguelite FPS debuting soon in early access.
An interview with Almir Listo about Starbreeze Studio’s upcoming 4 player co-op first person shooter - Payday 3.