Midway cancels two game licenses, nearly doubles projected Q3 loss
[UPDATE] Publisher ends deal for one internally, one externally developed game based on non-owned IPs; list of suspects includes NBA Ballers, Cartoon Network; Unreal Tournament unaffected.
NBA Ballers: Phenom Hands-On
We check out the latest version of Midway's streetball sequel at a press event in Hollywood.
NBA evades exclusivity
Pro basketball league spins around dishing out sole rights to one party, grants long-term licenses to five publishing all-stars.
NBA Ballers scores a Greatest Hit
Bling-fest disguised as basketball game added to PS2's "Greatest Hits" collection; price drops to $19.99.
Midway revenues climb 47 percent
Publisher sees light at the end of the tunnel as Shadow Hearts, NBA Ballers, and The Suffering spike revenues during the July-September quarter.
Midway's losses continue, Area 51 delayed
Midway loses $25.7 million during the first half of 2004; president David Zucker says "The extraordinary annual losses are behind us."
GameSpot's Month in Review for April 2004
Our monthly feature sums up all the reviews we posted in April 2004. Check out our Game of the Month awards and our GameSpot Complete PDF Buyers' Guide.
Suffering Midway target of takeover
After the publisher announces a $14.2 million Q1 operating loss, Viacom CEO Sumner Redstone announces plans to buy a controlling stake.
Midway ships NBA Ballers
Midway Games ships the PS2 and Xbox versions of its one-on-one basketball game to stores across North America.
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