The lights are on
Believe it or not, there might be life left in Amalur. After a hard crash into financial oblivion last year, 38 Studios left the State of Rhode Island with nothing but some leftover assets and huge debt.
The sale of physical goods netted the state of Rhode Island $830,000. According to the attorney responsible for handling the sale, there is interest in the intellectual assets, but the value of the Amalur property isn't being disclosed. Later this week, a hearing will take place in the state's attempt to recover funds directly from 38 Studios founder and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling. 13 others are named in that suit.
[Source: Providence Journal via Joystiq]
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I'm game, whatever the price for the sequel.
Hopefully it goes somewhere it can reach it's full potential :)
I loved KOA and saw there was even greater potential I hope a great studio can buy this and do something really awesome with it, fingers crossed
can i buy curt schilling's crushed heart and dreams?
Ahh I love this little state of mine....
Never could finish the game, it was just so ehh.
AMAZING combat though, favorite part of it all[ :
I'm offering a lifetime supply of burritos for KOA. Take it or leave it.
Well I guess I was bored anyway... *pops in Amalur*..... "Oh Right... This game."
Huh. It's not much to go on, but I'd love to keep playing Amular.
Please, please, let there be an Amalur sequel. I love that game so, it burdens my heart and creates a deep void of displeasure within my soul to know that this game hasn't gotten a much deserved sequel in the works.