Crackdown Returns – Made In Scotland

One of the major stories from this week's E3 is the return of Crackdown. The free roaming, sandbox cops n' robbers game is back and Dave Jones is at the helm. The original was created by Dundee's Realtime Worlds, while the sequel, Crackdown 2, saw Ruffian Games take over development. Dave is of course the... Continue Reading →

Crackdown – BAFTA Winning Scottish Game Now FREE On Xbox Live

Crackdown, the superb free-roaming, crime-fighting, car-racing, gang-busting, orb-collecting, high-jumping sandbox game created by the late, lamented Realtime Worlds has just been released FREE for Xbox Live GOLD members. If you have a gold membership then for the next couple of weeks (we believe) you can download it for no money whatsoever. And you should.  It's... Continue Reading →

Ruffian Reveal – No Crackdown 3, Tribal Towers Underway

It's been a while since we last heard from the team at Ruffian Games in Dundee.  A couple of ice ages at least.  So it was a pleasure to see some news and even mention of a new game from the company, yesterday afternoon. In a blog on the new Tribal Towers website, Ruffian's Billy... Continue Reading →

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