Looks like Eurocom, developer of games like GoldenEye 007 on Wii/Reloaded on PS3/360, Sphinx, The World Is Not Enough (N64), 007: Nightfire (PS2/XBox/GC) is closing their doors in part because it seems like were forced to develop 007 Legends at gunpoint for this fall to coincide with the new Bond movie's release.
Unfortunate. GoldenEye was probably the best third party Wii game IMO and the engine was successfully up-ported to next-gen.
I wish Nintendo had moved in here and made a deal with Activision. They take on the studio, but pare it down to the 100 (from 200) best people, and in turn Activision effectively "lends" Nintendo the Bond/007 license. They make a Bond game exclusive for the Wii U to be delievered in 2014, overseen by Nintendo.