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Denmark-based studio Deadline Games has sadly filed for bankruptcy. They were founded in 1996 and were responsible for such titles as Total Overdose, Chili Con Carnage, and the recent Watchmen: The End is Nigh games.

Deadline Games last unreleased effort before going bankrupt was Faith and a .45, a shooter that was, thankfully, not set during World War II, but rather the Great Depression period of the 1930s, fertile birthplace of such cultural icons as the Mafia, Bonnie and Clyde (clearly the key inspiration behind the game), and old-timey cars with a maximum speed of 50 miles per hour.

Let us now observe a moment of silence for what may have been a great game starring a hot redhead.

  1. Is Watchmen: The End is Nigh:Episode 2 still releasing on time? I didn’t think the first one was very good but I am curious.

  2. I heard it was going to be released with episode 1 as a retail product instead. I might be wrong though.

  3. Episode 1 will be free with the Blu-Ray version of the film, so PS3 owners can bask in its “glory.” Could the reason Deadline went belly up be that none of their games were really impressive or different? The only thing worse than a lame budget title is a medium-budget title that looks like a lame budget title… and that’s what Total Overdose and Chili Con Carnage were.

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