GT Interactive

Some articles on gt interactive:

Joel Breton - Biography - GT Interactive
... In 1997, Joel moved to GT Interactive and began producing front-line games for the powerhouse PC game publisher ... first-person shooting (FPS) games during his three years at GT Interactive including, Duke Nukem, Unreal, Blood 2 ... During his time at GT Interactive, Breton also produced Anno 1602, Baseball Mogul, and Deer Hunter ...
Rebel Moon Rising
... Rebel Moon Rising is a PC game made by Fenris Wolf and GT Interactive ... to have a third game "Rebel Moon Revolution", but it was cancelled by GT Interactive ... cancellation, Fenris Wolf instated a lawsuit against GT Interactive ...
Infogrames Entertainment, SA - History - 1996-2002 - Growth Through Acquisition - Acquisition of GT Interactive
... Infogrames bought 70% of GT Interactive for $135 million, and assumed the new subsidiary's $75 million bank debt ... By June 2000 Infogrames had invested another $30 million in GT Interactive ... IESA justified the purchase by stating that GT Interactive provided Infogrames with a "distribution network for all of its products in the United States, as well as a catalog of products that ...
Cavedog Entertainment - History
... was originally independent, but was purchased in 1996 by GT Interactive, a video game publisher later acquired by Infogrames in 1999 (later renamed to Atari) ... a downturn in sales, to which parent company GT Interactive, was no exception ... With GT Interactive spiraling into debt and no ship dates in sight, all three were discontinued by the Fall of 1999 ...
Toe Jam & Earl III: Mission To Earth - Development
... Earl in 1995, and in November 1998 made an agreement with GT Interactive to publish a new game in the franchise for the Nintendo 64. 1999, however, it was reported that the deal with GT Interactive had fallen through the publisher had decided that the series' previous game was not an ... GT Interactive's restructuring and the Nintendo 64's declining commercial performance were also believed to be factors by commentators ...