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Variety has kicked off an extremely detailed series of stories that examines what the hell happened to Brash Entertainment. The publisher opened up shop in 2007 with much fanfare (at least, within the gaming industry) and was supposedly backed by $400-million in venture capital. It was supposed to bring in a new age of mainstream gaming as the...
Nicholas Longano, who co-founded Brash Entertainment with the company's CEO, Mitch Davis, is stepping down after only a year. The company which began with $400 million dollars in private funding, is aimed at grabbing up music, tv, and film licenses that turn into accompanying games. If you haven't heard of Brash, you've at least heard of their...
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