Announcing a return to their old name, Behaviour Interactive, the studio formerly known as Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M) have also taken the opportunity to confirm follow-ups to both last year’s Wet and the recently released Naughty Bear. Other titles including Doritos Crash Course (XBLA), Rango (multi-platform), a casual MMO scheduled for early next year and a Facebook game releasing this month were also announced. Behaviour’s CEO, Rémi Racine, states:
“We are and will always strive to be the best and most trusted independent game development studio in the industry. The change in name is not only a return to our previous name but also an indicator of the evolution of the company. We have developed a strong reputation as a high-quality work-for-hire studio as well as a creator of our own original content and will continue to pursue both sides of the business. The new name reflects the renaissance of the company.”
Other unannounced Xbox 360 and PS3 games are also said to be in development.
Source: Press Release