The publisher's print guides all feature in-depth content, detailed screen captures, quick-reference tips, and professional strategies.
Reported initially on EGM Now, the news was confirmed by the Dorling Kindersley division of Penguin Random House.
As of writing, Prima Games will no longer be releasing any new guides, aside from the ones that have been commissioned up to this point. Roseville will be closing very soon, in mid-November, Indianapolis will have a small selection of staff stay on until March 2019, and the NY office's fate is now unknown. Prima Games opted to aim for the collectors' market, with high-quality, hardcover books that often came packed in with extras and bonuses like art, controller skins, and more.
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While not officially closing until next Spring, the label will not be publishing any new strategy guides for the remainder of this year.
The company's Roseville office will close in mid-November, while the Indianapolis branch will remain open until March 2019 to "publish the remaining program".
The decision has been made thanks to a "significant decline" in the physical video game guide sector.
20 years later, Prima Games began selling its guides on Steam.
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