It maybe couldn’t be worse than, uh, okay it could…

http://weblogs.variety.com/the_cut_scene/2008/08/tony-scott-was.html

Last week Midway canceled a game at its Austin studio called “Career Criminal” that interim CEO Matt Booty described as “a large, ambitious open-world project.”…

Tony Scott, who directed everything from “Top Gun” to “True Romance” to “Enemy of the State” and “Deja Vu,” had a similar role for “Career Criminal.” Midway, of course, never talked about this (and still has no comment when I asked a spokesperson) because it never officially announced the project.

http://whois.domaintools.com/career-criminal.com

Created on…………..: 2010-05-05.
    Expires on…………..: 2012-05-04.
    Record last updated on..: 2010-05-05.

    Domain servers in listed order:

    ns.warnerbros.com
    ns2.warnerbros.com

WB, of course, assumed all of Midway’s assets — including canned titled such as Career Criminal — upon purchase last year.

The company also registeredeclipse-vegas.com,” which presently redirects to the This is Vegas website. The game is still alive?