Tag: rare

  • The Rare Necessities

    The Rare Necessities

    To celebrate the release of Rare Replay, Ready Up asked its team members to name their favourite Rare games.

  • Pipe Dreams – Star Fox

    Duncan dreams of Fox McCloud and what a modern reimagining would need to succeed.

  • Nintendo Direct 18th December Round-Up

    The announcements came fast and thick throughout the conference, with Yoshi’s New Island confirmed for the Nintendo 3DS in Spring of next year; Super Mario Galaxy alumni Rosalina and Luma revealed as new brawlers in Super Smash Bros. U; and 3DS visual novel/puzzler Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney dated for a European release…

  • Microsoft Giving Free Unlock for Killer Instinct to Some

    Certain Xbox live members have been receiving an email today informing them that they are eligible for a free full unlock of the Xbox One launch game Killer Instinct. Exclusive to Microsoft’s next-gen console, Killer Instinct is a free-to-play incarnation of Rare’s much loved fighting game. With only a couple of characters being unlocked for…

  • Pipe Dreams – Banjo-Threeie

    Duncan delves back into Rareware’s history and demands the sequel that was promised over a decade ago: Banjo-Threeie.

  • Pipe Dreams – Conker’s Other Bad Day

    Duncan discovers there was once a sequel to Conker’s Bad Fur Day planned. He wants it back.

  • Conker’s Bad Fur Day finally gets director’s commentary

    Hail to the King, baby. Conker is back in the spotlight with a recent release of a Director’s Commentary for Conker’s Bad Fur Day that available now for free on YouTube. The Director’s Commentary includes views and background information from one of the game’s lead creators, and voice of Conker, Christopher Seavor, as well as…

  • Reconnecting with Kinect

    I have a confession: I’m really excited about Kinect. Now only a few weeks away, I can’t wait to put friends and family through their paces and watch as we all flail around in the name of entertainment! However, this level of excitement was nearly killed altogether by that most evil of forces: lag! For…