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but sadly, it is too late.
Here's a thought - if FRD was having so much trouble finding a decent publisher, why couldn't they just publish the game themselves? Valve (who made things like Half-Life, Team Fortress and Portal) publish all of their games themselves, and they're all brilliant. I know FRD was small, but if they had done that, they would have bypassed this problem completely.
The story of FRD is getting so much coverage at the moment. This one talks to Doak, Ellis and Norgate. It's a massive article, and you're probably better reading it at its original source:
Make sure to watch this video too:
The YT Vid got more than 13k views already.
There are so many things that could have happened that may have changed the course of Free Radical, if Haze had been better or sold better, Ubisoft would have wanted a sequel (there had been some planning for a second), if a publisher had picked up Timesplitters 4 or Wii Self Defence.
FRD was making a Wii Self Defense game?
I think this would be fun if every body was a monkey and have your neck snapped.