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SouthPeak claims creditors used press to 'paint a negative picture' of the company

Throughout 2009 and 2010, SouthPeak's legal struggles made headlines. From the sweeping claims of unpaid work following the buyout of Gamecock Media Group to the lawsuits brought on by various companies that had done business with SouthPeak, a less than favorable image of the Texas-based game publi...

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Moto Racer 3 pops a totally sweet wheelie onto GOG

Your purchasing habits on Good Old Games probably focus mostly on RPGs, strategy games, strategy-RPGs and RPG-strategies -- however, let's flip the script today, shall we? The newest newcomer to the GOG storefront is Delphine Software's Moto Racer 3, a motorcycle racer originally released way back ...

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Nobilis joins GOG, brings Moto Racer games

Trine publisher Nobilis has been added to the collection of companies selling their good old games on GOG. Right away, one of its most recognizable franchises has been added to the DRM-free stormfront: Moto Racer -- the only motorcycle racing series developed by Another World's Delphine Software. ...

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SouthPeak to stop selling 'My Baby' during legal issues

While SouthPeak continues its legal dispute with My Baby developer Nobilis and publisher Majesco over the rights to the franchise and My Baby 3, the publisher will discontinue selling My Baby Girl and My Baby First Steps. SouthPeak Chairman Terry Phillips stated in an investor call today, "We fi...

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Nobilis fires back at SouthPeak over My Baby IP, blames lack of payment for Majesco move

Responding to recent legal action between former My Baby franchise publisher SouthPeak Games and new publisher Majesco Entertainment, My Baby developer (and IP owner) Nobilis has placed blame for the move on "uncured breaches from SouthPeak, notably for non-payment." In so many words, it appears th...

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SouthPeak suing Majesco over My Baby 3

Joystiq has confirmed with SouthPeak Games that the company has taken legal action against Mama game publisher Majesco Entertainment, specifically regarding the right to publish My Baby titles in the United States. The litigation was spurred by an announcement last month that Majesco would be publi...

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Trine coming to US PSN today; Frozenbyte answers the obvious question

What happened? Frozenbyte has reiterated that Trine will really, for reals be available on PSN today. The PSN puzzle-platformer was supposed to be out in July, before the PC version, but it failed to meet either of those deadlines. So why is it three months late? Essentially, as Frozenbyte has said,...

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SouthPeak releasing DS music training software

In a weird coincidence, a second DS music learning game has been announced, following the discovery of Jam Sessions 2. The DS is determined, as a platform, to teach you music if it kills you. SouthPeak will publish Nobilis's Music, a DS "musical activity game" based on Shiro Tsuji's "Anybody Can Rea...

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New Trine trailer focuses on physics-based co-op gameplay

No, Trine isn't available on PSN ... yet! However, a brand new trailer on the PlayStation.blog makes us wish we could play it on our PS3s right now. (Note: You can buy it on Steam ... but it'll cost you some more.) This new footage focuses on the co-op gameplay and how multiple players can take ad...

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Trine delivers innovative co-op play to PSN in June

It's been a while since we last heard of Trine, an innovative platformer where players must "create and use physics-based objects to beat hazardous puzzles and threatening enemies." A newly released trailer showcases the game's co-op play, where multiple characters will have to assist each other to...

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