According to <a href="http://www.gamespot.com/news/2005/01/28/news_6117482.html">GameSpot's Rumour Mill</a> speculation is rife that <a href="http://www.troikagames.com">Troika Games</a> is going through difficult times. Here's what GameSpot had to say: <br><blockquote>What we heard: While many independent developers are enjoying success (i.e. BioWare, Obsidian Entertainment), others are not faring as well. This week, word surfaced that indie shop Troika Games, which was founded by several former Fallout developers and Interplay castaways, had fallen on hard times--so hard that, by some reports, it was closing its doors. So GameSpot went to the man himself, co-CEO and co-founder Leonard Boyarsky, to find out what's what. Boyarsky then gave us this cryptic answer: "We are basically perusing some options...after the beginning of February, we'll be making a statement." So, for now, they're still in business. But with February less than a week away, that could change soon.</blockquote> <br>We'll do what we can to try and confirm this ourselves but I doubt Troika will say much until they release their official statement. There is speculation they'll be moving into mobile phone games or console games... <br> <br>Here's hoping it's not bad news. <br> <br>Thanks for the heads up <strong>Spazmo</strong>.