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Streamline commits to next-gen consoles

Streamline Studios, based in the Netherlands, has announced that it is currently working on several titles for next-generation platforms, including two launch day titles.

Since it was founded in 2001, Streamline has provided services for a range of high profile titles including EA's James Bond: 007 Nightfire, Epic Games' Unreal Tournament and Red Storm Entertainment's Ghost Recon 2, and is now looking to the future.

"We've spent time refining our systems and field testing our pipeline to ensure a one-stop solution for next-generation development hurdles, and the results have been superb," said CFO Harpp Seble.

Along with the next-gen launch titles, Streamline is working on a number of projects which use Unreal 3 technology. The company intends to hold meetings with developers and publishers at this year's E3 to discuss next-gen proposals.

As part of its future expansion plans, Streamline has announced the launch of a major recruitment drive. "Today's announcement underscores Streamline's commitment to high quality services for the games industry," said chief creative officer Hector R. Fernandez.

"We continue to attract quality talent, but we are always looking for more." Anyone interested should visit the Streamline website.

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