The Rise and Fall of 38 Studios

38 Studios, a video game company founded by former Major League Baseball pitcher Curt Schilling, catastrophically went bankrupt this year. In March, they had a high-profile launch for its first game, “Kingdoms of Amular”, and by May they had no money. It was a spectacular rise and a grisly fall captured expertly by Boston Magazine’s Jason Schwartz.

I’m not even going to blockquote something from it because the whole thing is worth reading, especially for the resulting celebrity hubris schadenfreude.

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