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Sin City may be indefinitely delayed

Looking forward to Red Mile’s Sin City? Hope you’ve got a telescope. The company’s latest financial statement puts the game in “fiscal 2012″. That’s if you’re lucky. The firm’s “currently in the process of negotiating revisions to the license agreement.” Better, Red Mile hasn’t got enough money to carry on development. The game will only […]

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  • Sin City publisher acquired by SilverBirch

    Canadian publisher SilverBirch has bought Sin City publisher Red Mile, the company’s announced. The buyout’s a complete affair: 100 percent of Red Mile’s stock has changed hands. “SilverBirch’s strategy to grow through strategic acquisitions is a vision that Red Mile shares and one that we can contribute to in a meaningful way to position the […]

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  • Sin City switches dev, still aimed for 2009

    According to this Gamespot report, Sin City is no longer being developed by Transmission Games, but will still release next year. The information came out of a co-publishing announcement between Red Mile and Atari yesterday. Red Mile said that the switch had been made “quite a long time ago,” but has refused thus far to […]

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  • Sin City based on graphic novels, in dev for 360, PS3 and Wii

    Speaking here, Red Mile president Glenn Wong has revealed that the Sin City game is to be based on Frank Miller graphic novels, as opposed to the movie. Believe us when we say this is “very good news”. “It’s just one of those calls you have to make in the games industry,” he said. “We […]

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  • Red Mile Q4 up over 1,000% YoY

    Big up the little guy. Plucky contender Red Mile has announced its fourth quarter financials, showing revenue of $5.7 million for the quarter ending December 31, an increase of 78 percent from $3.2 million in the previous quarter, and an increase of 1,033 percent from $503,000 in the same quarter a year ago. That’s some […]

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  • Sims co-creator joins Red Mile

    Jeff Braun, the other Sims creator, has joined Red Mile as a strategic advisor. He said his ears pricked up about the company when it inked the deal to publish Sin City. “Red Mile got my attention when it licensed Frank Miller’s Sin City,” he said. “The opportunity to work with a company that has […]

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