Rebellion moving away from games that are “good for business” but not for its “reputation”

Friday, 18th November 2011 18:58 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley has said the studio has implemented a “deliberate policy” to no longer create games which are “good for business, but not necessarily good for our reputation.”

Speaking in the latest issue of Edge, Kingsley said “you’re only as good as the deal you’re offered” and while a game can be made for a publisher in a short period of time, “it won’t be as good as a game where we’ve had creative input and the time to mature the idea.”

Recent titles released by the firm such Rogue Warrior and Shellshock 2 were critically panned, and while a commercial hit, Aliens vs Predator wasn’t reviewed well either.

Hopefully, the firm will fare better with Sniper Elite V2 and Neverdead upon release.

Thanks, MCV.



  1. LOLshock94

    How about you move away from the game industry all together, its a shame how alot of of game companys go under while this shithole of a company is still going just an insult tbh.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. IL DUCE

    @1 ditto

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Hunam

    I enjoyed the hell out of AvP 2010 and I’m glad they are making an effort to improve the quality of their output.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. NoPostOnSundays

    Rogue Warrior was a sad excuse for a game, how is this company still afloat?

    #4 3 years ago
  5. absolutezero

    On the other hand Rogue Trooper was fantastic and so was the first Sniper Elite.

    #5 3 years ago

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