They've only made 14 out of 233 staff redundant. I mean, that's awful for those 14 people and I hope they land on their feet (a guy I went to University with was working on audio at Frontier, so I hope he's still ok), but really it's not a huge dent in the workforce.
Still, I'd like to add to your notion of new Frontier games. Lost Winds 2 had an ending that begged for another sequel, fingers crossed they keep the series going.
Oops I guess I read this wrong, I thought they were closing the whole team, as I said they made fantastic games and I really hope this firing is not going to be a start of a trend.
This was one company I was really hoping that was going to be on the wii u from the start, so yet I wait....
Just to add, for me what really was missing this e3 for Nintendo was the smaller but great companies that supported nintendo with games like lost winds that I was hoping to see, many of us I belive knew companies like ea and ubisoft ...ect were going to develop games for the wii u but companies like frontier uk and others were the developers I wanted to see at e3 and I belive that would of gave Nintendo the e3 edge it needed, after watching e3 a few times I thought it wasn't bad, just not that exciting and predictable, it was a e3 that I would expected for a console that's been out for a few years not for a console that was being just being released.