Submissions | Sunday., October 2, 1999
Since news has
been slow lately, I figure it's time for another installment
of our Ongoing Interview with Mark
Webley. So, if you have any console related questions
to ask about Black & White, send
them in to be used in the interview.
Molyneux Talks PS2 | Monday., September 13, 1999
Found this quote
on the Wire--here's
"PlayStation2 represents an ideal platform for developing
the next generation of computer gaming. The leading edge
graphics system is far superior to anything else. Also,
importantly for European development, is PlayStation2's
focus on Emotion enabling us to concentrate on producing
unique titles worthy of this stunning hardware achievement."
There's more where that came from
over at our Console section...
Dreamcast Review | Monday., September 13, 1999
The Black &
White Console's review of Sega's Dreamcast
system is now on-line. Read it
Dreamcast | Thursday., September 9, 1999
Today is the
day many of us have been waiting for; Sega's
launch of their highly anticipated Dreamcast
machine! I'm sure the people at Sega are rolling in cash
by now... Dreamcast pre-orders are estimated to be the highest
for any console launch. I should have a review of the system
up sometime in the near future.
Webley Interview | Thursday., September 9, 1999
our 'Ongoing Interview with Mark
Webley' section... Part 3 has been added, detailing
the company's future plans.
DC/PS2 Info | Friday., August 20, 1999
For those of
you who are not up to speed on the new gaming systems in
development by Sega and Sony, I found some interesting sites
on both at Videogames.com.
There's a little bit about everything
in these things. The Dreamcast section can be found here
and the Playstation 2 section is over
Interview | Thursday., August 19, 1999
you know I've updated the Mark Webley interview with a couple
more questions. For those of you too lazy to read the post
below, the interview can be found here.
And, Once again, visit the Console
section for more B&W console related articles.
New Design | Wednesday., August 17, 1999
Well, I've finally
implemented the new design... Thanks to non
for the new look. I've added part of "an Ongoing Interview
with Mark Webley" to the site. You can see it by following
or by using the the Console
section which can be found on the menu to your right.
Playstation 2 Internet Support | Tuesday., August 3, 1999
In fear of having
my ass kicked by non and the rest, I figured I should probably
update the site. This isn't exactly B&W related,
but it does make me wonder why Lionhead isn't porting to
the PS2. Follow this
link to see what I'm talking about.
July 21, 1999
Dreamcast Debate | Tuesday., June 22, 1999
Please excuse the recent lack of updates... I've been
out west for the last two and a half weeks. As the
only staff member at the moment, this poses a problem for
the site. So, once again, if anyone is interested
in helping out with the site, give me a holler.
has spoken little about the console versions of their game,
the B&W community can't seem to keep it off their minds.
Once again, the topic is Dreamcast
and the question of its superiority/inferiority to the PC.
The post can be found here
on the Lionhead message
Question from Lionhead | Sunday., June 20, 1999
It seems the
tables have turned on the Wire's message
board. non and the rest have given Lionhead
the chance to ask the B&W community some questions.
Among these was one concerning the age old question of console
vs. PC. Console lovers, get over there and tell em'
what you think! The question reads as follows;
"Q: Do you
spend more time playing PC games or Console Game?
your favorite game from the last 2 years a Console game
or a PC Game - and what is it.?"
This and many
other question from LH can be found by following this
Gone Cellular | Sunday., June 20, 1999
Saw this over
and found it rather interesting;
of Japan announced today at an analyst meeting that it will
release Game Boy games that can be downloaded through a
players will also be able to compete in an on-line fashion
through some sort of a cellular network. Click here
for the rest of the article.
Message Board Discussion | Sunday., June 13, 1999
Guy by the name
of NewJorg is interested in chatting about a possible Dream
cast version on the Lionhead
message board. He has received one reply so far
plans are to have a dreamcast version (If Paul gets those
scsi connections going). It will be identical to the PC
version in gameplay, but will lack a few of the graphic
Get in on the
Board Discussion | Monday., June 7, 1999
For anyone interested,
there are some in-depth console discussions going on at
message board. The first
pertains to B&W's port and the second
is about Sony's new Emotion engine. Thanks to Niceguy
on Consoles | Sunday., June 6, 1999
I have been directed
to a brief article on the
Wire concerning the various console versions of B&W;
group called Black&White light is working on [the console
version] already. But this is a very limited version of
the game. The essence is the same but they will have to
make cuts from the game."
For the rest
of the article, visit the console
section of the site
Wanted | Sunday., June 6, 1999
The site is now
nearing completion, so it's time to find a crew. I'm
currently looking for someone who can run a weekly poll
for the site as well as a dedicated individual who can play
journalist and help with the news. If you match either
description, please contact
Generation Articles | Saturday., June 5, 1999
While the Black
& White console front has remained quiet for quite some
time, Next Generation
has not one but two brief articles on the various
consoles Black & White will be released on, and
a mention of a Dream
Cast version. Peter Molyneux lends his input as
articles have been added to the console
section as well.
| Thursday., June 3, 1999
and welcome to the Black & White Console, the
Internet's only source of news and information regarding
console versions of Lionhead
Studios' upcoming title, Black
& White. I would like to extend my gratitude
to our gracious host, the Black
& White Wire as well as Darren
Wong and non for
additional design work. Currently, Black & White
is scheduled to be released on the Sony
Dreamcast, and Gameboy
Colour videogame consoles. Since the game is still
far from release, there is little news or info regarding
the console versions of the product. Rest assured
that as soon as such information because available, the
Black & White Console will be the first to bring it