Talk:FASA Studio

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The most prolific, recent and recognizable name for this company prior to closing was FASA Studio[1] and is the common name on google (also was the name used for its last website). Only its first game was actually released under the "FASA Interactive" label, which was MechCommander, before the studio was bought by Microsoft and renamed, subsequently producing the MechWarrior 4 series, Crimson Skies, Shadowrun, and the MechCommander sequel. It is therefore somewhat archaic to identify the company by the name "FASA Interactive". Ham Pastrami (talk) 02:51, 9 June 2008 (UTC)