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Thrushwave Rechristened Super X
September 21, 2000 | By Quang Hong

September 21, 2000 | By Quang Hong
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Seattle-based game developer Thrushwave Technology has changed its name to Super X Studios. Owner James Thrush, whose company is currently working on a 3D RTS title called Far Gate to be published this winter by Microids, said, "We're a young company, and as a team we wanted a permanent name that all of us could take ownership in."


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