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WarDevil canceled after five years

After five years in development, Ignition's ambitious action game WarDevil has been canceled, according to Develop. The final nail in the game's coffin follows last month's reported closure of Ignition's London studio (formerly Digi-Guys) where the long-suffering game was being crafted. (As it...

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Ignition shutting down London studio, fate of WarDevil under evaluation

Ignition Entertainment is in the process of shutting down its west London development studio, reports GamesIndustry.biz. The closure will result in an unspecified number of layoffs, and stalls the progress of WarDevil and another project, uh, Project Kane. The studio is expected to officially close...

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WarDevil resurfaces in bizarre (original) Xbox demonstration

After five years in the making and hardly any time taken out for interviews or status updates, you'd imagine Digi-Guys' WarDevil would be just about wrapped up and ready to grab some GOTY awards, right? Not so much, as Edge discovered during a studio tour. Although Digi-Guys does have some very cool...

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Relax! WarDevil isn't cancelled

We know you've been on pins and needles, desperate for any new information on WarDevil, a Digi-Guys game that was supposed to be multiplatform before the 360 version got canned. If we seem a little sketchy on the whole thing, it's with good reason: we haven't heard a peep about the game since May...

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Mercury Meltdown pub expands, promises new next-gen IP

As much as we have grown tired of having games developed for this generation of consoles referred to as "next-gen entertainment," that ire is evidently not shared by all. Ignition Entertainment, publisher of Mercury Meltdown and the adolescent undead romp Teenage Zombies, today announced the opening...

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Get your WarDevil terminology straight

WarDevil is a tricky, er, devil. See, the "WarDevil Project" is the next-gen development from Digi-Guys, a game studio in the UK. The game even has an engine built for it, dubbed "RTE1080". This engine has the ability to run a game at full 1080p at 60 frames per second. Clear as hell, smooth as...

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