Brash Entertainment was a short lived company that was founded in June 2007 and closed in November 2008.
Los Angeles, California
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- Founded (defunct)
2007-06-01 - 2008-11-01
They dealt exclusively with games that were based on licensed property. They probably are best known for their intentions to publish a game based on the Saw franchise. The game (Saw) eventually came out after Konami bought the rights to it.
Brash Entertainment was a video game company focused on developing compelling, high-quality games based on theatrical and entertainment properties. By collaborating closely with top creative talent from both Hollywood and the game industry.
The company had long-term partnerships withHollywood studios including Lions Gate Films, Twentieth Century Fox Licensing and Merchandising, Universal Studios Licensing, Vanguard Animation, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Brash had more than 40 licenses and 12 games in production across all genres including kids, horror, action, and adventure games.
1 location worldwide