Who are NetDevil?
Taken from http://www.netdevil.com:
NetDevil was founded in 1997 in Louisville, CO as an independently owned and operated game development company dedicated to the construction of massively multiplayer universes. NetDevil is committed to creating immersive, interactive virtual worlds in unique settings outside the typical fantasy genre. NetDevil has steadily grown from 3 part-timers to over 75 full time developers, with development led by Scott Brown, Peter Grundy, and Ryan Seabury.
NetDevil's first title, Jumpgate, broke ground in the MMO space for both action gameplay and a space combat setting. Built by a development team of less than 6 people, Jumpgate was well received by the gaming press at its launch in 2001. NetDevil is currently maintaining Jumpgate worldwide.
NetDevil followed up Jumpgate with Auto Assault in conjunction with publishing partner NCsoft, a worldwide leader in online games. Auto Assault offered a post-apocalyptic game world, combining fast action gameplay with role-playing elements, using vehicular combat for a different “spin” on MMO gaming. Unfortunatly NCSoft pulled out of AutoAssault leading to its closure, Netdevil unable to continue to run the game for a mixture of legal and financial issues halted development of the game.
NetDevil's latest and biggest project to date is the recently revealed LEGO Universe, the first MMOG professionally developed for LEGO fans and supported by community members from around the world. NetDevil is also involved in numerous other projects and explorations, such as Warmonger, the first step in NetDevil's pursuit of a vision that will change the way online shooters are played, and Jumpgate Evolution which is a new game based on NetDevil's first title.
NetDevil are the developers of Jumpgate Evolution. Partnered with their publishers Codemasters they will be hosting the US servers when the game is released.