Rattlehead wrote on Mar 4, 2014, 18:20: Pretty standard practice to lay off most of the staff after a project has been shipped, and even more common when reviews are not up to par. This is why the gaming industry can kiss my ass as far as I'm concerned.
If that's the case they should lay off the people whose direction resulted in the sub par reviewsgame. Not the people implementing their will. But that doesn't happen as often as it should.