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Deadline Games had lots of game plans before bankruptcy


A few weeks ago we reported that Deadline Games, developers of the downloadable Watchmen: The End Is Nigh movie game titles, was filing for bankruptcy. Now it looks like the developer had plans for a number of future game projects before their shut down. 1Up.com has posted up an interview with Deadline's Soren Lund conducted last May a few weeks before the company announced their (possible) shutdown.

One of those projects was a downloadable game that Lund called Zero-G. He stated, "
It's about three-on-three... basically you can call it American football in zero gravity." He also mentioned that they had other projects they were working on but it's unclear if they will be released now. Lund was also frank about the issues with the first episode of the Watchmen game, saying that it should have been priced lower than the $20 price point that was given to it by its publisher Warner Bros. Interactive.

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