The U.S. wing of the Hudson video game company, a group responsible for January's clever Lost In Shadow, is shutting down, as explained in a blog post by a former employee who'd been pushing for a Bloody Roar revival.
Hm... Sad news... They've been putting out some interesting games lately..
Considering their focus on Nintendo platform, does this event become more of an evidence that 3rd party publishers' games dont' do well on Big N's platform?
If so... both Nintendo and 3rd party publishers have to come up with different tactics... I hardly doubt Nintendo will put any effort in games they don't publish... Which means it's really left up to 3rd party publishers to put extra effort to promote their games.