|Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale studio "effectively shuttered"|
|Posted: 23.08.2011 12:53 by Simon Priest||Comments: 0|
Developer Bedlam Games is more or less closed down according to an anonymous twitterer, who says they "laid off most of its staff" after D&D: Daggerdale.
Apparently around 90 percent of staff are on "temporary layoffs" with no severance pay, although many have moved on to new jobs. So long Bedlam?
"Bedlam Games--the studio formed by ex-R* Toronto blokes after The Warriors--laid off most of its staff and effectively shuttered last month," veracious_shit. This is the same anonymous person who gained fame from the L.A. Noire Team Bondi trouble.
"In roughly five years of existence, Bedlam only managed to release one game--Daggerdale: Dungeons & Dragons, released in June," they .
A source told that almost all staff has been let go, however the good news is that most appeared to have found new positions. Aside from Daggerdale the studio had also worked on the cancelled Scratch: The Ultimate DJ.