Texas-based developer Terminal Reality has apparently been shut, according to one former employee.
Gamasutra reports that Jesse Sosa has claimed on Facebook that the studio “seems to have finally shut down”.
Terminal Reality is perhaps best known for 2002 hack ‘n’ slash outing BloodRayne. More recent projects include Ghostbusters: The Video Game as well as the critically slammed pair of Kinect: Star Wars and The Walking Dead: Survival instinct.
CCP North America has cut about 15 jobs from its World of Darkness team.
The Eve Online and Dust 514 company, which is based in Iceland, confirmed the job losses in a statement issued to GamesIndustry International.
“The change was due to our evaluation of the game’s design and ongoing development needs. While this was a difficult decision, CCP remains committed to the franchise and our promise to make a compelling, rich, and deep World of Darkness experience.”
Steam is contacting the 300 selected beta testers to start keeping an eye out for a delivery truck. That’s right, they’re shipping out Steam Machines and controllers to the testers tomorrow. But none of us need to frantically check our emails.
In an announcement on the Steam community page, then explain that selected users will also get a special badge on their Steam Community page, as well as a number of games that run natively on SteamOS (aka, Linux games). However, due to regulatory issues, Valve is unable to beta test outside of the US of A.