Submitted by ApolloTheBoss 1171d ago | article

Curt Schilling Opens Up About 38 Studios Collapse

An in-depth look at the demise of 38 Studios portrays founder Curt Schilling as a dedicated, driven and slightly delusional man who was grossly out of his depth. (38 Studios, Industry, Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning, PS3, Xbox 360)

Credit url: bostonmagazine.com
fOrlOnhOpe57  +   1171d ago
I absolutely love this game and this article saddens me all the more.
On the one hand, I suppose credit is due to CS for his investment and drive to bring 38 studios together and production of an awesome first game.
However, it seems like Nero fiddling whilst Rome burnt might describe the studios demise. Obviously some really talented people lost their jobs over it. Great, great shame.
JoySticksFTW  +   1171d ago
Yeah, the Boston Magazine article was well written and sadly turned my stomach when it got to how employees were handled.

My goodness. They were blind-sided :(

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