Bizarre Creations is officially dead

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It’s amazing to see a studio that was once on the top of it’s game and churning out massive hits being forced to close up shot permanently this coming Friday.

So in honour of a great studio that just couldn’t survive the incessant demand for bigger, better and brighter here are the games that made Bizarre Creations one of the better studios to have existed.

  • The Killing Game Show / Fatal Rewind (as Raising Hell Software) – Amiga , Atari ST(1990) / Genesis (1991)
  • Wiz ‘n’ Liz (as Raising Hell Software) – Amiga, Genesis (1993)
  • Formula One – PS1, PC (1996)
  • Formula 1 97 / Formula One: Championship Edition – PS1, PC (1997)
  • Metropolis Street Racer – Dreamcast (2000)
  • Fur Fighters – Dreamcast, PC (2000)
  • Fur Fighters: Viggo’s Revenge – PS2 (2001)
  • Project Gotham Racing – Xbox (2001)
  • Treasure Planet – PS2, GBA (2002)
  • Project Gotham Racing 2 – Xbox (2003)
  • Project Gotham Racing 3 – Xbox 360 (2005)
  • Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved – XBLA (2005), PC (2007)
  • Boom Boom Rocket – XBLA (2007)
  • Project Gotham Racing 4 – Xbox 360 (2007)
  • Geometry Wars: Galaxies – DS, Wii (2007)
  • The Club – Xbox 360, PS3, PC (2008)
  • Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 – XBLA(2008)
  • Geometry Wars: Touch – iOS (2010)
  • Blur – Xbox 360, PS3, PC (2010)
  • James Bond 007: Blood Stone – Xbox 360, PS3, PC (2010)

I’ve highlighted the ones I remember thoroughly enjoying, it’s sad to see you go.

Source: Joystiq

Last Updated: February 15, 2011

Gavin Mannion

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