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Wednesday, 01 June 2011 08:53

Mad Catz moves into development

Written by David Stellmack
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ThunderHawk Studios to work on flight sim
Mad Catz, best known for developing and marketing console peripherals, will be entering the world of software development with the formation of their first development studio. The new Mad Catz-owned studio will be called ThunderHawk Studios.

ThunderHawk Studios will have its work cut out, as the new developer will be starting work on a massive multiplayer air combat game. The decision to work on a flight sim title is a natural for Mad Catz, as the company is the leading producer of flight simulation hardware products.

Mad Catz’s move into software development is a logical extension of the success that the company has enjoyed selling console hardware. The first title from ThunderHawk is expected to arrive in late 2012; and sources tell us that we should hear more specifics on the first title next week at E3.


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