SEGA: Stormrise dev has "new standards"
Posted: 16.05.2011 13:12 by Comments: 1
SEGA Vice-President of Production Gary Dunn has assured that there are now "new standards" in place at the developer who made strategy-console game Stormrise.

"Suffice to say since Stormrise's completion, the studio down under has been heavily invested in, entirely new leadership team from the likes of EA, Ubisoft..."

SEGA Brisbane, formerly Creative Assembly Australia, was also responsible for Medieval II: Total War and it's expansion, Kingdoms. The two studios are now firmly separate.

"The people who made Stormrise aren't the people who populate, at least the leadership, that studio. There's a new set of standards in place, they're doing a very different game."

"We'll be making an announcement within the next few weeks about what they're working on next."

You can read the rest of the interview here.
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By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on May 16, 2011
Distancing themselves from "Stormrise" is a wise move, but cuts both ways. Most had forgotten that awful mess, and this just reminds them.