In a brand new episode of Eurogamer Asks, the three studios formed from Bizarre Creations' ashes have talked to Eurogamer TV about their experience of Activision's controversial cull.
US publishing giant Activision angered many gamers when it closed one of the UK's most respected developers: Bizarre Creations.
Yet another studio has risen from the ashes of Bizarre Creations.
Liverpool developer Bizarre Creations closes today – and it's said goodbye with a touching video showcasing its superb portfolio of games.
Liverpool developer Bizarre Creations has tucked Geometry Wars away for the foreseeable future while it grazes on pastures new.
Bizarre Creations' Gareth Wilson has revealed that the studio doesn't plan to continue its classic Xbox Live Arcade series, Geometry Wars.
Bizarre Creations has said over 1 million Geometry Wars high scores have been submitted to Xbox Live.
Those of you enjoying Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 will be pleased to hear that Bizarre Creations has no intention of giving up on its popular two-stick arcade shooter.
Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 is due out exclusively on Xbox Live Arcade tomorrow, but developer Bizarre Creations is also open to developing games for PlayStation Network.
Bizarre Creations has moved the release of Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 to next Wednesday. National holiday.
Bizarre Creations has said Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 will be out on 6th August.
The Live Arcade sequel was whipped out during the Microsoft E3 media briefing last night.
Geometry Wars 2 will have five new game modes, such as Waves, King, Deadline and Sequence. Also, Pacifism has been bumped up from an Achievement - for staying alive for 60 seconds without shooting - to an entire mode. Details on the others are expected soon.
Xbox Live executive John Schappert lifted the lid on Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2, Galaga Legions, UNO Rush and South Park for Xbox Live Arcade during Microsoft's E3 press conference.
There's also an Xbox Live Arcade-exclusive Portal release featuring new challenges, as well as the original single-player campaign from The Orange Box, to look forward to.
Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 is due out next month and promises a "remixed version" of the original Xbox Live Arcade game along with five new gameplay modes.