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Submitted by Hanuman 1228d ago | interview

A Bizarre Farewell

EDGE writes: Three senior figures at Bizarre Creations help us pick through the issues surrounding the studio’s demise.

After more than 15 years making games, Liverpool-based studio Bizarre Creations closed its doors in February after its owner of over three years, Activision, failed to find a buyer. We catch up with the studio’s former creative director Martyn Chudley along with his wife, former commercial director Sarah Chudley, and former design manager Gareth Wilson – lead designer of Blur and now chief game designer at Sumo Digital – to talk about the studio’s evolution and look at the reasons behind its passing. (Bizarre Creations, Dev, Industry)

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