With everyone wondering what the push back to 2007 and a partnership with Virtual Toys will mean for HoopWorld, Joystiq went strait to the source for some answers. Discussing development on XBLA and the omnipresent 50MB limit, it's an interesting interview that you can check out here.
Thanks to 3Suns for the heads up.
Citing difficulties getting "...all our content within [the mandated] limitations", Streamline Studios has brought in the "hardcore engineering house", Virtual Toys in a move that will push back the release date of Hoopworld to sometime in 2007.
In conversations with Gamespot, Streamline co-founder Hector Fernandez, stated that although the rework of HoopWorld wouldn't involve any major rework, extra content was certainly not out of the picture.
You can read the whole article here.
hanks to Arthur for the heads up.
During E3, Gamespot got the chance to interview Hector and Alexander Fernandez from Streamline Studios, makers of the upcoming Hoopworld. While there was no real "new" info, they do have a few game play videos sprinkled through out.
You can check it out here.
Thrills Killa, over at xbox360news.com, is at it agian. This time he has an interview with Hector R. Fernandez, the Chief Creative Officer at Streamline Studios.
Head over and check out what he had to say
Last week at the GDC, IGN’s Jonathan Miller got a chance to chat with Hector Fernandez, the chief creative officer at Streamline Studios. While there’s still no firm details released about when the game is coming out, Fernandez certainly does paint the game in an extremely fun filled light. Read the whole article here.