Developer Relentless quits retail

UK independent studio Relentless will step away from the retail games market and has ended its exclusivity agreement with Sony, the group’s co-founder has said.

The Brighton-based studio, founded in 2003, based its trade on the successful Buzz retail games for PlayStation devices.

Yet its co-founder Andrew Eades believes the future of the retail industry is increasingly becoming too selective, and finds more opportunity in the growing digital market.

For the full story, head over to Develop.

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