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What's in a Name: TimeGate Studios

Most of the time, company names are obscure enough that we have no clue what their origin is. In the case of TimeGate Studios we always thought we had a fairly good idea, but, as it happens, we were just letting our Richard Dean Anderson obsession cloud our judgment. Joystiq: So, TimeGate....

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TimeGate expanding publishing biz, also working on 'very big project' for another pub

Like many indie developers, TimeGate Studios' origins are humble. "We set up a card table and called it TimeGate. That was a little over 12 years ago," president and CEO Adel Chaveleh recalled during our recent meeting. "We knew the game we wanted before we knew how the hell to make a game," he...

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Section 8 shows Prejudice against retail, will be a $15 download

The follow-up to Timegate Studios's coldly received 2009 multiplayer shooter, Section 8: Prejudice, will avoid the boxed-copy retail battlefield and will instead aim to "corner" the digital market. The developer announced today that Prejudice will come to Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and PC...

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Section 8: Prejudice preview: Turn on, drop in, tune out

Though many are now realizing its beauty in multiplayer shooters, the jetpack is a woefully underused tool in the FPS developer's work box. My love affair with the jetpack began many years ago on the PC with Dynamix's Starsiege: Tribes -- unfortunately, that love affair has taken a near 15-year,...

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Section 8: Prejudice beta lighting up PCs this fall

TimeGate has announced that a multiplayer beta for the PC version of Section 8: Prejudice will launch sometime this fall. The beta will give players their first look at the new features introduced in the sequel and will also show off the "enhanced" Games for Windows Live integration, which includes...

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Section 8 price cut down to $15 on PlayStation Store

To attract players to the game's recently announced, prejudicial sequel, Timegate has cut the price of Section 8 to $14.99 on the PlayStation Store. We think this is a great move, only because the company didn't cut the price of the 360 version of the game, which is, in a way, kind of prejudiced....

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Section 8: Prejudice details and media drop in

Hot on the heels of the announcement of Section 8: Prejudice, the first details surrounding the game are starting to trickle in. According to the latest press release, TimeGate has taken user feedback from the first game and is using it to "drive every single development decision" for the sequel....

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TimeGate judges Section 8: Prejudice ready for debut, 'early 2011' release

TimeGate Studios has just announced a sequel to its multiplayer-focused 2009 multiplatform FPS, Section 8. Titled Section 8: Prejudice, the game -- destined for yet-unknown platforms, though the original hit PC, 360 and PS3 -- is targeted for an "early 2011" release. Based on the first trailer...

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