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Submitted by TBD 522d ago | rumor

L.A. Noire developer shuttered by parent company

According to an unnamed source, Australian-based studio Team Bondi has been closed, in a move by parent company Kennedy Miller Mitchell. The studio was seemingly unable to find a backer for upcoming release Whore of the Orient, after rumoured publisher Warner Bros pulled the plug. (Industry, Team Bondi)

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DaThreats  +   522d ago
Poor Team Bondi
Sony, buy them!
Godmars290  +   522d ago
They cost too much. There's also better face/motion capture tech out there.
ZeekQuattro  +   522d ago
Another one bites the dust. Its pretty telling when even devs with successful track records are being shuttered left and right.
Lone_Man  +   522d ago
its confirmed and really bad for gamers...la noir was unique and one of the best detective game i have ever played.

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