Vigil's lead combat designer Ben Cureton decided to pen his own farewell letter (posted below) and share it on gaming forum NeoGAF. But whereas the THQ company letter ends on a hopeful note, Ben's is far more heart-wrenching, coming as it is from one of the talents getting tossed on the street.
He knows his stuff, so there's no doubt Ben and crew will go on to bigger and better things. For now, let him express himself.
(Thank you for the notice, Squishy3)
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