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The gang over at Slightly Mad Studios has been teasing us with the promise of a new game console that will rival the best from Sony and Microsoft. If you've never heard of Slightly Mad Studios, don't feel bad; it's mostly known as a game developer that is behind games like Project CARS 2 among others. The concept art that the studio CEO Ian Bell teased for the console not long after the announcement looked cool, even if Bell admitted the real console wouldn't be as flashy. Bell is now back with some teaser concept art for the controller that will ship with the console. Like the console itself, the controller looks fantastic. The multiple images show a controller that looks more blocky than other... Read more...
Earlier this week we talked about a new game console that the CEO of Slightly Mad Studios, Ian Bell, was teasing called the Mad Box. We came away from that teaser with a lot of questions and a promise from Bell that renders of the console would be coming in the next few weeks. With the buzz around the console, Bell and his crew wasted no time providing renders and they look very interesting. Two of the renders show a console with glowing lights running around the flared legs of the stand and "M" on top of the console. Bell notes that the internals are purposefully blurred because they are still in talks with hardware vendors. Bell has also tipped some more details of the console in his many tweets.... Read more...
If you are a fan of games like Project CARS 2 or Need for Speed: Shift, you are familiar with the work of Slightly Mad Studios from London. The studio was founded back in 2009 and is mostly known for racing and driving sim games along with its cross-platform Madness engine. The CEO of Slightly Mad Studios is Ian Bell, and he recently registered for a Twitter account and used that account to tease a new game console that his studio is working on. The new console is called The Mad Box, and Bell notes that it will be a stand-alone console along the lines of the PS4 or Xbox One. The launch of the console is very far away with Bell stating in his tweets that the console is about three years away from... Read more...
Are video games right now not fulfilling your insatiable need for speed? Hold on to your (mechanical) horses. BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. and Slightly Mad Studios announced that Project CARS 2 will be available in North America at the end of this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. Stephen Viljoen, Game Director for Project CARS 2, remarked, “Our collective goal at Slightly Mad Studios is to create a simulation racing experience that rivals that of real-life. Realism and authenticity are central to our development mantra for Project CARS 2, hence we’re making sure we employ the best professional drivers, game developers, artists, and sound engineers to realize... Read more...