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Crooks to head up Kuju London

Kuju Entertainment has appointed former EA producer Bradley Crooks as the head of its Kuju London studio.

Kuju Entertainment has appointed former EA producer Bradley Crooks as the head of its Kuju London studio.

Crooks, who previously worked on Crysis, Black & White 2, The Godfather and The Sims franchise will now take up the position as the studio works on "several as yet unannounced titles," a statement read.

"We're working on some really innovative projects at the moment and are well placed to take advantage of consumers' changing appetite for games and the growing success of new types of game consoles and interfaces," he said.

Kuju London previously developed Battalion Wars for the Wii platform, published by Nintendo.

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