Rumour: BottleRocket goes bust

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 7 February 2009 12:50 GMT

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Splatterhouse developer BottleRocket Entertainment has gone bust, says an apparently solid rumour.

The company is showing off its horror reboot at New York Comic Con this weekend.

BottleRocket – based in Carlsbad, Calfornia – was formed in 2002 of the core team that created Mark of Kri and its sequel at Sony’s San Diego studio.

Details are non-existent at the moment, but we should have some more for you soon.

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