OZZY OSBOURNE's Black Skies Disappear!

December 20, 2001

OZZY OSBOURNE's Black Skies, a video game that was in development for most of last year, is reportedly no longer a title in production at iROCK (the company that was originally supposed to release it) and has reverted back to its original name, Savage Skies, without the OZZY OSBOURNE license. The financial expense of the license, coupled with misconceptions about the game, made the process of securing product publication difficult. Contrary to previous reports, iROCK has not filed for bankruptcy and is a viable game development entity going forward. Development continues on Savage Skies, keeping the focus on frenetic and fun creature vs. creature aerial combat.

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