"It's certainly getting the market share to make it a valid place to be"
As the Switch continues to defy expectations and sell by the truckload, we're seeing more and more developers and publishers come round to the idea of supporting Nintendo's console with software. Codemasters is a studio which has already stated that it's keeping a close eye on...
"We’re watching what happens with the Switch with great interest"
We were more than a little disappointed when Micro Machines: World Series was announced for PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC but not for Nintendo Switch earlier this year. To be released on 30th June, we feel this is a game much like Rocket League which would be perfectly suited for...
Just in time for Dizzy's 30th birthday
If you grew up in the UK in the '80s it is likely you played a Dizzy game at one time or another. These budget titles by Codemasters were some of the best games that you could buy for your home computer. Like all good mascots Dizzy made the leap over to consoles too, and 1991 saw the release of The Fantastic...
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This Formula isn't quite the One
The kart racing genre has never been particularly short of options. While Nintendo may have created the most enduring franchise in the form of Mario Kart, others such as Sony and Sega have produced high-profile efforts, with Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed being a recent and excellent example. The fantasy of...
Codemasters’ F1 Race Stars: Powered Up Edition finally zoomed on to the Wii U eShop this week in Europe and North America; its marketing promises fast and fun arcade racing on the Wii U, with four-player split-screen racing. Formula One fans may get a kick out of seeing stars such as Lewis Hamilton, Alonso and Vettel make an appearance...
Industry veteran speaks exclusively to Nintendo Life
Codemasters is one of the UK's long-running video game studios and was founded by brothers David and Richard Darling way back in 1986. Although both have since parted company with the firm, they've left an incredible legacy which covers a variety of platforms, including the 8-bit Nintendo...
Start your engines
Codemasters has just revealed the launch date for its first 3DS game: F1 2011 will reach Europe on 25th November. As with Codies' previous Nintendo F1 title, F1 2009 on Wii, experienced racing studio Sumo Digital has handled development so we should be in for a pretty solid representation of the sport: the first time it's gone 3D,...
Push Button's buttons
Codemasters is known for its racing games, and while it was announced at E3 that the studio's well-respected Dirt rally franchise is on the way to Wii U, its flashier equivalent F1 is racing to the new console too. CEO Rod Cousens told MCV that both its flagship racers will be making the move to Wii U, and gave his support to Nintendo's next console experiment: Nintendo is..
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