Gamecock Media Group
|Type||Subsidiary of SouthPeak Interactive|
|Industry||Video game industry|
|Headquarters||Austin, Texas, USA|
|Area served||North America|
|Key people||Mike Wilson, Harry Miller, Rick Stults|
Gamecock Media Group was a video game publisher based in Austin, Texas. It was founded in 2007 by video game industry veterans Mike Wilson, Harry Miller, and Rick Stults, original founders of Gathering of Developers. They used a more hands-off approach and allowed developers creative freedom with their work, as well as letting them keep their own intellectual property. On October 14, 2008, SouthPeak Interactive acquired the company.
|Dementium: The Ward||2007||NDS|
|Stronghold Crusader Extreme||2008||PC|
|Hail to the Chimp||2008||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360|
|Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball||2008||Xbox 360 (XBLA)|
|Legendary||2008||Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows|
|Mushroom Men: Rise of the Fungi||2008||NDS|
|Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars||2008||Wii|
|Velvet Assassin||2009||Xbox 360, PC|
|Dungeon Hero||Cancelled||Xbox 360, PC|
Gamecock and GameTap recently signed a distribution deal which includes the rights for the publisher's titles to be available for download. Some of titles that will be available for download include Legendary and Velvet Assassin. Gamecock currently features three games (As of Dec. 30th 2008) purchasable off Steam, including Legendary, Insecticide Part One, and Stronghold Crusader Extreme. Future releases on Steam include Insecticide Part Two and Velvet Assassin.
Controversy at the 2007 VGAs
During the 2007 Spike Video Game Awards in Las Vegas, Gamecock employees rushed the stage in capes and rooster heads as Ken Levine was about to take the stage to give an acceptance speech for winning the Game of the Year award for Bioshock. Using the microphone for self-promotion, the interruption resulted in Levine being unable to talk before he was ushered offstage. Gamecock's CEO later apologised.
- Gamecock and Gametap Sign Distribution Deal
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