Developer of Full Auto series closes shop

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Pseudo Interactive, developer of the Sega-published Full Auto series, has shut down due to cutbacks at parent company SCi. Over 50 people were employed at the Toronto-based game developer as of 2006. The company was reportedly working on an unnamed project that has now been canceled.

Let’s hope those guys and girls find good jobs elsewhere.

[via 1UP]

4 comments to “Developer of Full Auto series closes shop”

  1. Comment by Gamerschoice:

    Crap. I was hoping for a REAL sequel to Full Auto, without an unnecessary story, and with the good music from the first Full Auto. Probably won’t see it now.

  2. Comment by Graham:

    Yeah, man Im pissed. Full Auto is still my favouite racing game this generation.

    None of the others brought as much real entertainment for me as the 360 game.

    :(

  3. Comment by cube_b3:

    Amazing Amuze closed there doors the exact same way.

    They Developed 2 games for Sega, they were in the midst of designing the 3rd one…

  4. Comment by Clumsyorchid:

    Just a clarification, it looks like this post misquoted the 1up.com article. Pseudo Interactive wasn’t actually owned by Eidos or SCi, but were working with them on a project that was canceled.

    Always a shame to see talented developers close; my best wishes go out to the them.

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