Post news RSS February 2010 Stargate News Recap

February 2010 was a mix of some good news and bad news.

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Michael Shanks suggests that more Stargate movies won't be made.

Michael Shanks has stated that "...we might be very far away from, if ever, doing another DVD movie." due to the "amount of time lag that's gone on between us doing the movies.". However, this does not mean that the movies will not be made, the scripts are's just a matter of timing. Read here for more information.

Stargate Resistance released.

The first official Stargate game: Stargate Resistance was released on February 10. It is a 3rd person shooter based around battles between the Tau'ri and Goa'uld. Stargate Resistance is available from Direct2Drive and Steam. With an additional "Advanced Combat Pack" add-on available from Direct2Drive.

Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment bankruptcy protection.

Shortly after the release of Stargate Resistance, it was announced that Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment (CME) had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on February 12. However, it was later revealed that CME's (now former) CEO Gary Whiting had filed for bankruptcy. A civil case against Whiting for damages against CME and CMG is underway. Some sources state that the Chapter 11 filing has been rejected, however there has been no official announcement.

Even with the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, CME will continue to operate and develop the upcoming Stargate Worlds MMORPG. For more: read, read, read and read.

First half of SGU season 1 now available on DVD and Blu-ray in the US.

The first 10 episodes of Stargate Universe season 1 is on the shelves in the US (region 1) as a 3-disc DVD set or a 2-disc Blu-ray set, both formats include numerous special features. The unusual half-season sets were released on February 9, however the rest of the world will have to wait for a boxset release of SGU. Although, an SGU extended pilot DVD was released in Australia and it was announced that a full season set would be released on the UK (region 2) on July 5.

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