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Vivendi Games buys Wanako, world trembles

Richard Mitchell, @TheRichardM
February 20, 2007
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Wanako Games, makers of the Live Arcade shooter, Assault Heroes, has been acquired by Vivendi Games. Given the (relative) praise that Assault Heroes received, the deal makes sense. Also, it has already been announced that Sierra Online -- a division of Vivendi Games and Ross Erickson's new home -- and Wanako are set to deliver another Arcade title 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures. It seems that both parties must have synced quite nicely, as representatives from both companies seem to share the same vision. Said Ed Zorbist, president of Sierra Online, "Wanako exudes the commitment to quality and a passion for developing great games that we ourselves strongly believe in."

Alright. Yes. Good good. Now, can we please get to work on fixing Assault Heroes' co-op problems?

[Via Joystiq. Thanks, J. Goodwin]





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