Atari saving Brash’s Tale of Despereaux

By Nathan Grayson, Thursday, 4 December 2008 10:02 GMT

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After Brash Entertainment shuttered its doors last month, a number of the short-lived publisher’s unreleased games were left teetering on the brink of obscurity. Fortunately, the newly emboldened Atari reached out a hand just in time to stop movie tie-in Tale of Depereaux’s fall.

With a big-screen debut only a couple of weeks away, this is good news for the armor mech-piloting mouse hero and his elephant-eared cohorts. Well, probably.

More at Variety’s Cut Scene Blog if you’re interested in Fievel’s epic sword-journey to a distant land. Or even just small rodents with swords. Really, you can’t go wrong.

By Nathan Grayson

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