The Guys That Made Test Drive Unlimited 2 Aren't Very Happy At All.

That's exactly what's happened at Eden Games though, as the Test Drive Unlimited 2 developer has gone on strike, blaming its parent company, Atari, for "mismanagement".

Eden Games is currently facing lay-offs of around 51 people from its team of 80.

“Eden Games pays now for Atari mismanagement,” the developer said in a statement to Gamasutra.

“For several years we are witnessing multiple leader changes at its head, they did not hesitate to get rich despite financial difficulties.

"Restructuring plans have been following each others for 10 years at Atari. Each time the recovery project was beautiful and promising, and ended in a failure. We are skeptical about the proposed project.

“Atari does not play the game of negotiations with employee representatives on the redundancy plan measures. Employee representatives of Eden until now have been extremely collaborative, respecting the very tight deadlines of the redundancy plan.”

As a result, the studio's committed to a day-long strike. As you may also have noticed, Eden Games are French. Very French.