Prima Games, the company we all know to make increasingly lavish strategy management for almost all major game play releases, closes their doors. The long-term company that has been in 28 years and even acquired competitor Brady Games along the way will end all offices in spring 201
UK CEO Ian Hudson published an internal note that makes the announcement, according to a report from Publishers Weekly. Here's a quote from that note:
"During a year-long review, many new ways were explored to diversify Prima Games publishing, but the dynamic for us in this fast-paced landscape has proved to be difficult. This hugely dedicated team have done their utmost to turn the business around, but challenging market conditions have unfortunately worked against them. "
Print the video games strategy games have been running for a while now, against such content as online, such as video walkthroughs, wiki guides and more . Prima Games chose to aim at the collector market, with high quality, bound books that were often packed with extras and bonuses like art, control leather and more.
According to a publisher Marketplace report, DK refused to note how many will be affected by this shutdown, but a look at LinkedIn suggests that Prima Games employs at least 40 people.
[Source: Publishers Weekly, Publishers Marketplace]