Red Line replaces Transmission Games as Sin City developer

Logo of Frank Miller's Sin City - Image 1While fans of Frank Miller's Sin City still have a long wait before they see their favorite comic book heroes' (or anti-heroes in this case) debut on consoles, publisher Red Line has decided to replace Transmission Games as the developer for the said video game title. Find out the reason behind the sudden shift in gears occurred by reading our full article on it.

Marv, one of the characters of Sin City - Image 1While fans of Frank Miller's Sin City still have a long wait before they see their favorite comic book heroes' (or anti-heroes in this case) debut on consoles, publisher Red Line has decided to replace Transmission Games as the developer for the said video game title.

Red Mile recently confirmed this statement to GameSpot, when the company announced that it will be replacing Transmission with a so far unnamed development house. The reason behind this is that Transmission will be very busy for the rest of the year porting Heroes Over Europe to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Details regarding the Sin City game has been rather spare, however. Aside from making use of Unreal Engine 3, reports earlier this year indicated that the game will go live by Christmas of 2009 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii.



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