Curt Schilling's video-game company, 38 Studios, reportedly laid off most of its staff in Rhode Island and Maryland. The former Boston Red Sox pitcher was unavailable for comment after more than 400 full-time employees were laid off, the Boston Globe reported Friday. The six-year-old company had received a $75 million loan from the state of Rhode Island after moving to Providence in April 2011. It released its first game in February, "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning." "I'm stunned, and I'm heartbroken," said R.A. Salvatore, a consultant whose son worked at the company. "This is one of the best teams I've ever seen assembled. They were doing amazing work." The company missed a $1.1 million payment that was due May 1, the Globe reported. It did not inform the Rhode Island governor's office about the layoffs. Schilling has said he put $30 million of his own money into the company.