Sniper Studios

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Sniper Studios
Founded Redwood City, California (2006)
Headquarters Redwood City, California
Products Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars

Sniper Studios is a newly created American game studio formed by veteran developers from companies such as Electronic Arts, Sega, etc. Their most recent game they developed was Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars for the PSP gaming system. The game was published by Sega who choose Sniper Studios since their staff worked on key titles such as NASCAR and the Simpsons.

The company's management and staff includes producers, artists, designers, and developers with experience from leading publishers and titles in the industry including Electronic Arts, Activision, SEGA, and 3DO.

The studios are recognized as a licensed Xbox 360 developer as of December 20, 2006.[1]

January 2012, The company web site stated that is under construction, however the studio hasn't released any game since 2007, and there has been no media coverage in years. Their current project is unknown. The website has since been taken offline and bought by a scam domain company.


  1. ^ "Sniper Studios' Jeff Hasson talks PSP, next-gen development". QuickJump Gaming Network. May 24, 2007. Retrieved 3 September 2015.

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