The US wing of the Hudson video game company, a group responsible for January's clever Lost In Shadow, is shutting down, as explained in a blog post by a former employee who'd been pushing for a Bloody Roar revival.
Hudson US Shutting Down, Bloody Roar Revival Not Happening
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