When a name like Mojang gets attached to a new game - even as a publisher rather than developer - there's a certain expectation that the game will be something special. No-one really expects another Minecraft, but it's impossible for comparisons not to be made. And that's the position in which the small development team at Oxeye Game Studio find themselves in with their debut Xbox title, Cobalt - not least because one-third of that team is none other than Jens Bergensten, the ginger wonder who took over Minecraft's reins when Notch departed. Cobalt is... well, chaos, at first. A side-scrolling ... Read More »
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