IGDA to Investigate Team Bondi's Work Policies

Developers allegedly working through the L.A. Noire.

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IGDA to Investigate Team Bondi's Work Policies
Australian developer Team Bondi was responsible for the cracking L.A. Noire. It is also allegedly responsible for some excessive work policies, which the International Game Developers Association has lambasted as "brutal."

"Certainly reports of 12-hour a day, lengthy crunch time, if true, are absolutely unacceptable and harmful to the individuals involved, the final product, and the industry as a whole," said IGDA chair Brian Robbins to Develop.

He added that the organisation will be investigating the matter fully and refused to comment further until the results of those investigations were made apparent. Team Bondi founder Brendan McNamara has denied allegations over the weekend of 100-hour working weeks from numerous developers.
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Rod Todd 30 Jun 2011 00:36
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You have to do quite a few 12 hour days to manage a 100 hour week.
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