Is anyone interested in this one? If so, you better sit down. It was bad enough when Tim Schafer couldn't catch a break with Activision, then the rug gets pulled from under them altogether when Activision drops the title completely, to concentrate on more lucrative franchises... like Call of Duty, Guitar Hero... and Spyro. I sh*t you not, I read that somewhere. Well, in one of the most un-dick moves I've seen from them in a while, EA picked him up, dusted him off, and gave him a home. Now we'll get a multi-platform release of Schafer's version of Tenacious-D. That is, unless Activision has their way... This is almost enough to make me kick Tony Hawk to the curb.