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Warhammer Online (2004)
Game Description:Online game based on the popular Warhammer universe, in development by Climax and SEGA, but cancelled in June 2005. Karl Jeffery, Climax CEO, commented on the decision to can the joint venture: "It was a deeply sad thing for us to have to do after so much hard work and commitment from the entire team," said Jeffery, "but the costs involved in bringing the Warhammer massively multiplayer online game (MMO) to market meant that we were left with little choice. With new MMO's, such as Star Wars Galaxies costing up to $30M to launch, this is now a very high stakes business." Climax went on to say that it plans to use the Leviathan suite of MMOG tools and technology and the team for another undisclosed property.
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