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Interplay will sell rights seventy games
Game developer and publisher Interplay will sell the trademark rights of seventy games and dozens of characters. The company has, among other rights of Earthworm Jim, Freespace, Kingpin, MDK, Descent Battle Chess and in his portfolio.
Through a press release , Interplay announced that seventy game titles rights go on sale. The company does not a complete list, but it seems to go all trademarks of games that currently owns the publisher and studio. Those interested should contact an investment for more information.
Interplay was founded in 1982 and was in the late nineties and the beginning of the new millennium successful with games like Fallout 1 and 2, MDK, Freespace, Descent, Jagged Alliance, Kingpin, Redneck Rampage, Planescape: Torment and Baldur’s Gate.
In 2003, Interplay had to close his development studio Black Isle because the company financially in dire straits wrong. Black Isle was responsible for successful RPGs including the first two Fallout games, Planescape: Torment and the Icewind Dale series. After the closure was founded by the dismissed workers Obsidian Entertainment.
Earlier, the rights to the Fallout games have been sold to Bethesda. Interplay recently granted a group of developers’ rights to create a successor to the Descent games. They do this through a campaign on Kickstarter, where $ 600,000 was raised with.
Interplay itself has been no more new games released years. The company wrong in several legal disputes. Whether the reason is that the company does its assets and intellectual property in the sale is not known.Viewing:-97
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