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Strategic guitar Prima Games will be closed after 28 years • Eurogamer.net



Strategic guitar Prima Games – closing doors next spring after working 28 years.

According to Publishers Lunch, the parent company has made a "tough decision" with the release of the new Prima Games after a "major downturn" in the DK video entertainment industry.

DK General Director Ian Hudson described this in an internal publication (Publishers Weekly): "Throughout the year, a wide range of surveys have explored many new ways to diversify the publishing of the Prima Games, but the dynamics of this speed continued to prove the complexity of this landscape, but he did all the effort to turn into a business, but complained about market conditions, unfortunately, acted against them. "

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<figcaption>Prima Games was founded in 1990 in Roseville, Calif.</figcaption></figure>
<p>By decision of PC, Prima Roseville, California office will close in mid-November. However, some employees of Prima's Indianapolis office will remain in until March next year to see all other planned topics.</p>
<p>DK has been confirming the number of employees directly affected by the shutdown, but says "talking" with all the staff, including Prima's New York office.</p>
<p>Prima Games is designed to produce more than 1400 strategic guides, including console formats created in 1990, to create a smaller version of the "Secrets of the Games" book. After uniting with Penguin and Random House, the company incorporated the guide with BradyGames in 2013.</p>
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