Boss Games Closes DoorsDeveloper calls it a day, unable to gain publisher support for Xbox racer US-based Boss Game, the development studio behind some of the only car games to surface on the Nintendo 64, has announced that it will be withdrawing form business activities. The firm, best known for Boss Rally, Twisted Edge and World Driver Championship, has been unable to find publisher support for its latest creation, an untitled Xbox car racing title. "In our view it would have been the best Xbox racer to date, said company CEO Colin Gordon. “It was running at 60 frames per second. It had 25,000 polygon cars along with full scene reflections, skinned drivers and more. We had flag wavers and birds on-screen. We had leaves on the tracks that would blow up as cars drove by -- more leaves on the track than there were polygons in a World Driver track." Whether the game gets snapped up by a publisher in the next few weeks remains to be seen. Unless it does, this is the last that will be heard from Boss Game. Thanks to our friends over at XBox Weekly for the scoop!