What Happened To Pandemic? Former President Explains

Gamasutra: Former Pandemic president and co-founder Josh Resnick has been quiet on the subject of games since the EA-owned studio's 2009 closure, but two years and another startup later, he's reflecting on the end in the same tone as someone talking about an old love they hadn't thought about in years.

As part of a larger Gamasutra interview to be published at a later date, Resnick broke his silence and gave us his take on why the studio that brought us Full Spectrum Warrior, Mercenaries and The Saboteur was forced into closure, describing a perfect storm of factors that all culminated in what many outsiders assumed: the studio was stretching itself too thin.

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metsgaming3148d ago

Pandemic was an great studio, it was a huge lose. I loved their battlefront games they were so good. Its closure was the biggest disappointment in the number of closed studios i know about.

SuperNerd3148d ago

Yea dud battle front was like one of the greatest linceased game back in the day . And with online MP so popular now ii would be a hell of a game

Hufandpuf3148d ago

I want my Battlefront 3 darn it!

ChipChipperson3148d ago

It sucked when they had to close. I can't remember how long I spent playing the Battlefront games and especially Mercenaries Playground of Destruction. Mercenaries was one of my favorite PS2 games.