|Industry||Computer and video game industry|
|Defunct||February 11, 2010|
|Headquarters||Santa Monica, California, U.S|
|Peter Morawiec |
|Products||Vigilante 8 series|
True Crime series
Number of employees
Luxoflux had a relatively small team size for its first few titles. The two founders plus Jeremy Engelman, David Goodrich and Edvard Toth created Luxoflux's first title Vigilante 8. The game was successful and was ported to the Nintendo 64, and it was followed by a sequel Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense in 1999.
In October 2002 Activision announced it had purchased Luxoflux, which at the time was working on True Crime: Streets of LA. The studio delivered the game and its sequel, True Crime: New York City, before working on licensed titles Kung Fu Panda and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
|1998||Vigilante 8||PlayStation, Nintendo 64|
|1999||Vigilante 8: Second Offense||PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast|
|2000||Star Wars: Demolition||PlayStation, Dreamcast|
|2003||True Crime: Streets of LA||Microsoft Windows, GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox|
|2005||True Crime: New York City|
|2008||Kung Fu Panda||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360|
|2009||Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen|
- Fritz, Ben (February 11, 2010). "Activision lays off about 200 employees, shuts down Santa Monica studio Luxoflux". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 23 November 2013.
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