cleaning house of all the Vivendi properties it doesn't want
, the Bourne game rights have been reqacquired
by Ludlum Entertainment, the company handling Bourne author Robert Ludlum's properties. The Bourne Conspiracy
was the only game to come out of the original Vivendi deal, and Ludlum Entertainment CEO, Jeffrey Weiner, says the success of the title will cause the company to find new "innovative partners in the gaming community."
The short version of why Actilizzard doesn't really care about Bourne: The company already has its own super-spy franchise
to worry about. A man named Bond ... James Bond