Apr 19
By Matt Gander In Blog No Comments

You’d think that with the recession on budget game publishers would be doing very well for themselves. This doesn’t seem to be the case, however – last year Oxygen went bust, and today it has been revealed that the Sheffield-based Zushi (formally Zoo Games) have entered administration.

Their biggest recent game was snowboarding sim Stoked on Xbox 360 but being a budget publisher and all they did put some tat out, such as Love Is…In Bloom on Wii and DS. Some of their upcoming games did show promise though, such as Natsume’s Adventures To Go, Premier Manager PSN and Indianapolis 500 Evolution.



Published Monday 19th April 2010 by Games Asylum


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