Bizarre Creations will officially be shutting up shop on Friday February 18th. The developer made around 20 games over 15 years, and managed to accumulate 200 members of staff at the height of their success. The studio was officially formed in 1994 under Bizarre Creations, but industry veteran Martyn Chudley actually started the group back in 1988 under a different name.
Activision has been on a rampage, with the publisher closing developers every which way over the past year. They have even cancelled their prize franchises: Guitar Hero and Tony Hawks amongst others. Rumours suggest they are clearing house in order to pick up Take Two and/or Rockstar Games. Maybe they will run them into the ground too with Call of Duty-esque yearly updates.