(Looks like Viacom is putting its cash behind its latest investment.)
Divorces can be so bitter, can’t they?
SPIKE is really rubbing in how much more they like their new wife’s kids than they do the ones they helped make. It must be hard for the UFC to see them spending so much time with Bellator buying them ice cream and cotton candy, when they don’t even call them on their birthday or pay any child support.
They rubbed salt into the fresh wound this week when they announced their latest family outing: a new Bellator video game developed by their newly-formed SPIKE Games family.
Funny, they won’t even give their own kids their old home movies, yet they start a new company to help their stepkids prosper. That’s cold.
Kung-Fu Games, the group responsible for creating the somewhat underwhelming Supremacy MMA title, are helping with the project. They also worked on on the new Deadliest Warrior: Ancient Combat and Ugly Americans games released by 345 Games — the Viacom-owned collective made up of Spike Games and Comedy Central Games.
According to the release, the game, dubbed Bellator: Onslaught, should be out this summer.
Here’s a sneak peek of the game:
(Video courtesy of GameTrailers.com)