Spark Unlimited

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Spark Unlimited
Privately held company
Industry Video games
Founded March 2002
Defunct May, 2015
Headquarters Sherman Oaks, California, USA
Key people
Craig Allen,
Avi Bachar,
John Butrovich
Products Call of Duty: Finest Hour
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty
Legendary
Number of employees
0
Website Spark Unlimited

Spark Unlimited, based in Sherman Oaks, California was a video game developer founded by former developers from the Medal of Honor PC and console franchise. They are most known for the Call of Duty: Finest Hour console game.

The studio finished working on the first-person shooter Legendary using the Unreal Engine 3 for Gamecock Media Group. The company is wholly owned by employees.

Company Profile[edit]

Spark Unlimited has a game average Metacritic score of 53 out of 100.[1] GameCentral called the company's most recent game, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, a career worst and a good chance of being the worst game of 2014.[2]

They have officially laid off all of their staff and was closed down in May 2015.[3]

Games by Spark Unlimited[edit]

Game title Year released Platforms released Metacritic review average
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z 2014 PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
43%[4]
Lost Planet 3 2013 PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
58%[5]
Legendary 2008 PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
47%[6]
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty 2008
PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
42%[7]
Call of Duty: Finest Hour 2004 PlayStation 2
Xbox
GameCube
73%[8]

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