San Francisco-based Shaba Games is no stranger to following in other developers' footsteps. The Activision subsidiary has spent the better part of the last decade working on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater ports and offshoots and made a splash last year with Spider-Man: Web of Shadows, GameSpot's highest-rated console Spidey game to date.
Shaba composing music game for Activision
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows studio now hiring audio techs to make karaoke note tracks for unspecified title.
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didn't mind web of shadows. Prototype has drawn a lot of inspiration from the title, guess that counts for something!
Awwwwwwww, yeah, it's time for Cymbal Hero!!! Triangle Hero? No wait, wait... Cowbell Hero. I'm all over that one.
Is this really suprising? Activision has almost single-handedly destroyed the music game industry. I think we need a "____ Hero" boycott, lolz...
@icehearted: lol, when I first read this, I swear I thought (and hoped!) they meant Shabba Ranks. A mi Shabba!
@darkmask1991 I know, I was so thinking the same, even if just for a second. Felt really out of left field. :)
@ Icehearted: When I saw the headline i thought, "Shabba's composing music??" then I figured it was a studio lol
Enough with the rythm games already. arrhhhhhh. That's it, I hereby announce that from this day onwards, I am not going to buy a single activision games.