Team 17 spent $2.5 million to make Alien Breed trilogy

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 14 July 2009 15:02 GMT

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Martyn Brown, studio director for Team 17, told Develop attendees that it cost the firm $2.5 million to create the Alien Breed trilogy for Xbox Live Arcade.

“It makes it one of the most expensive digital titles to-date,” he told the crowd while¬† stating that Team 17 employed around 30 people for 14-15 months to create the title.

Alien Breed is to be released in three parts starting in October and is expected to take a total of 15 hours to finish.

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