Tony Albrecht, console games programmer, inventor of the Tony Unit, knows all about getting the shaft. And I don't mean that in a rude way. You see, he used to work at Rat Bag Games for six years, right up until Midway infamously closed the studio down just before Christmas 2005. He knows the low-down.
Tony shares his valuable advice for all you ex-Auran peeps now that you're going through what he and many of his colleagues had to endure just two years ago...
It's shit when it happens, but a studio closure can open doors. Take the chance to do something you wouldn't have considered before. You can always quit and go somewhere else if you hate where you end up (unless you have a family to support, in which case you have my understanding and my sympathy).
As Keith Flint once said, "It's better to regret doing something than to regret not doing it".