How A Video Game Publisher Fell Apart [Variety]

Hard as it may be to muster interest in Brash, the recently collapsed game publisher responsible for such bombs as "Jumper," I recommend spending 15 minutes of your day today reading about the demise of the company. This is the publisher that wanted to bring you a "Saw" game.

Variety's superb gaming reporter Ben Fritz has posted eight brief articles and one feature story about the undoing of the barely year-old publisher.

Want to know who was making a "Flash" game for Brash? How a company burns through a reported $400 million in funding? And what any of this has to do with sticking a Mickey Mouse doll between one's legs?

Read Fritz's Brash collapse coverage.

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