Danger Close Games

Danger Close Games (formerly DreamWorks Interactive LLC and EA Los Angeles) was an American video game developer based in Los Angeles. The company was founded in March 1995 as joint venture between DreamWorks SKG and Microsoft (later moved to Microsoft Games) under the name DreamWorks Interactive, with studios in Redmond, Washington, and Los Angeles.[1]

Danger Close Games
Formerly
  • DreamWorks Interactive LLC
    (1995–2000)
  • EA Los Angeles
    (2000–2010)
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryVideo games
FoundedMarch 1995; 27 years ago (1995-03) in Los Angeles and Redmond, Washington
Founder
  • Alan Hartman
  • Glenn Entis
  • John A. S. Skeel
DefunctJanuary 30, 2013; 9 years ago (2013-01-30)
FateDissolved
SuccessorRipple Effect Studios
Headquarters,
US
Key people
ProductsSee § Games developed
Number of employees
75 (1995)
Parent

In February 2000, the Los Angeles studio of DreamWorks Interactive was acquired by Electronic Arts and renamed EA Los Angeles, and to Danger Close Games in 2010. The studio's sole responsibility after 2010 was to develop games in the Medal of Honor franchise. When the series was put on hold in January 2013, Danger Close was shut down, with some staff moving on to DICE LA (now Ripple Effect Studios), a Los Angeles studio of DICE, another subsidiary of Electronic Arts.


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