Point of View, Inc.

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Point of View, Inc.
Type Private
Industry Computer gaming
Founded 1996
Headquarters Irvine, California
Key people Chris Warner, Mike Terlecki
Products Ready 2 Rumble Boxing, NFL Blitz, Spy Hunter
Website http://www.pointofview.com

Point of View, Inc. was a privately held U.S developer of video games headquartered in Irvine, California. The company was officially dissolved in 2010.

The company's past titles include the remake of N.A.R.C., Nascar 06, and the remake of Spy Hunter, among many others. They have also recently made an official game based on the hit television series The Shield.

Many of the company's employees previously worked at studios such as Interplay and Troika Games.

The studio employed 30 developers in 2009, and recently worked on Damnation and TNA Wrestling for the Xbox 360, and PS3.[1]

In 2010, after a tumultuous relationship with partner Blue Omega Entertainment, and U.K based publisher Codemasters, the company went out of business citing "financial difficulties" and lack of work. [2]

History[edit]

Point of View, Inc. was founded in February 1996 by three game industry veterans. The leaders of the company are founders Chris Warner (President) and Mike Terlecki (Vice President of Technology).

Games developed[edit]

Point of View has developed titles stretching from the Dreamcast Game console to the next-gen platforms. In 11 years the company has released 32 game titles (over 90 SKUs) with many of the game industries most successful publishing houses, including Electronic Arts, Namco, Midway Games, Crave Entertainment, and MGA Entertainment. Below is a list of games the company has developed.

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