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Brash layoffs result from 'tough economic landscape' [update]

Several weeks after another Brash Entertainment co-founder bolted and CEO Mitch Davis admitted his company had been "overly ambitious" in its first year, the publisher of really bad movie-based games has laid out a new "strategic cost reduction plan." Uh-oh, that sounds like ... you've got it:...

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Brash boss: first year 'overly ambitious,' outlines improvement plan

Speaking with GameDaily in response Monday's Variety article (which we had our own response to) on the "turmoil" surrounding Brash Entertainment, CEO Mitch Davis acknowledged that "we took our lumps" on its first three titles – Jumper: Griffin's Story, Alvin & The Chipmunks, and Space...

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Another Brash co-founder, Thomas Tull, bolts

Shockingly, the Brash formula of churning out abysmal movie-based games with little (read: no) redeeming qualities apparently hasn't panned out so well. Now, another of the company's co-founders, Legendary Pictures' Thomas Tull, has followed the lead of former boss Nicholas Longano and vertically...

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Space Chimps doesn't look like a game based on a movie

Brash Entertainment just shot over some new screens for their upcoming game, Space Chimps. It's based on a soon-to-be-released movie of the same name. Check out the boxart above, then hit up the gallery for some more screens. For a game that's based on a movie, it doesn't look all that bad. If you...

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Six Flags is better than five flags, Wii agrees

Do you like rollercoasters? Haunted houses? Sideshow games? Now you can enjoy them all, simply by sitting on your couch. Six Flags Fun Park is now in development for the Wii and DS, and it's no surprise given the previous mutual agreement. Hopefully, after being best buddies with the Wii for so...

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Film-focused game dev Brash loses president, hope

Nicholas Longano, co-founder and former president at film-centric game developer Brash Entertainment, has parted ways with the company according to a Daily Variety report, as well as scooped up by Newsweek's own N'Gai Croal. While the executive will keep an interest in the company as an investor,...

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Brash Entertainment making a Six Flags game?

According to a listing over at Gamefly, Brash Entertainment, the folks behind the Alvin and the Chipmunks games on the DS and Wii, are hard at work on a title centered around the Six Flags theme parks. Brash, who are knee-deep in other movie license games, is taking a departure from their usual...

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Game Republic developing a game based on a 'popular Hollywood film'

Game Republic, best known for Folklore and their PSN outings Toy Home and Dark Mist, have been signed on to produce a title for Brash Entertainment. The game, based on a "popular Hollywood film," will be released in 2010 for unspecified platforms. Looking at Brash's history, this doesn't really bode...

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GDC08: Zombie named as Saw game developer

Ok, we don't mean to be cynical. A Saw game does have a lot of potential and Brash Entertainment has seen fit to give the movie license to next-gen newcomer Zombie, the studio behind America's Army. We're interested how the game will stack up to other games like Barbie Horse Adventures and... oh...

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Heard@GDC: Brash boss is oblivious to irony

"A lot of people give movie-based games a bit of a bad rap." -Mitch Davis, co-founder of Brash Entertainment, which has brought you Alvin and the Chipmunks and Jumper: Griffin's Story...

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