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  • Blog Post: Kickstarter Campaign Reboots Classic Freespace Series As A Tabletop Game

    When developer Interplay acquired the remaining rights to the Freespace games following THQ’s closure , many old-school gamers hoped for a follow up to the classic sci-fi franchise. While we still don’t know if a Freespace 3 is in the works, Interplay has sanctioned a Kickstarter campaign... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Fallout Games Return To Steam

    War never changes, but in this case, it left for a while and came back. In January, publishing rights for classic Fallout games transferred from Interplay to Bethesda . At that time, the titles were removed from GoG and Steam. Now, Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics are available once more on Steam... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Fallout Titles Will Return To Steam

    Earlier this week, we reported that Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics are no longer available on GoG . The transition of ownership from Interplay to Bethesda is now complete, and that has caused some disruption on digital distribution services. In addition to the titles disappearing from GoG, the... More
  • Blog Post: War Never Changes, But Classic Fallout For Sale On GoG Does

    Remember when we told you that you could get Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics for free on GoG? We’re hoping you did that, as the games are no longer available for new purchases on the GoG service at all. Don’t worry if you’ve put them in your library though, you’ll still... More
  • Blog Post: GOG Giving Away Three Fallout Games Right Now

    GOG is kicking off its winter sale in a big way. For the next 48 hours (ending at 8:59 AM Eastern on December 14), three classic Fallout games are yours for absolutely no charge, provided you have a (free) GOG account. Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics are included in the bundle. These are DRM... More
  • Blog Post: Former Fallout Online Game Project V13 Turns To Crowdfunding

    Earlier this year, Bethesda finally acquired Interplay’s rights to a Fallout MMO after a lengthy courtroom battle. Developer of the Fallout MMO and sub-division of Interplay, Black Isle Studios , dropped the Fallout moniker and stuck with the name Project V13. The game is still in development,... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Acquires Fallout MMO Rights

    Bethesda Softworks parent company ZeniMax Media said today it has settled the ongoing legal battle between it and Interplay over the Fallout MMO game license. Under the terms of the settlement, the license granted to Interplay to develop the Fallout MMO title is now null and void, and all rights to develop... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Fallout Fansite Reports That A Settlement Over The Future Of The Fallout MMO Has Been Reached

    A lawsuit has been raging on between Bethesda and Interplay over an MMO based on the Fallout universe that Interplay has been developing. It seems that now a settlement has been reached between the two companies. Bethesda is now the owner of the Fallout franchise, but that honor used to belong to Interplay... More
  • Blog Post: Interplay & Fallout MMO In Peril...Again

    A recent SEC filing by Interplay paints a very bleak picture for the company that could endanger its Fallout MMO. Gamasutra reports that the company could be down to as little as $3,000 in cash by the end of 2010 due to losses the past few years of over $2 million. A statement to shareholders from the... More
  • Blog Post: This Fallout Movie Almost Got Made

    The Fallout franchise may still be waiting on a big screen debut, but way back in the series' early days a script for a potential Fallout film was already written. New details about that movie have now surfaced. Fallout wiki site The Vault has uncovered and posted a full PDF of the second revision... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare's Lost Kung Fu Game

    Before BioWare started creating console sci-fi blockbusters like Knights of the Old Republic and Mass Effect, studio co-founder Ray Muzyka started making a kung fu game that never saw the light of day. Called Five Fingers of Death, the game would have been a lighthearted combination of Baldur's Gate... More
  • Blog Post: Interplay/Bethesda Legal Drama Continues

    The Fallout MMO in development at Interplay has already seen a fair share of legal trouble, and it isn't even a full game yet. In response to a new claim from Bethesda last month, Interplay is firing back in order to continue using the Fallout brand. After buying the Fallout IP from Interplay, Bethesda... More
  • Blog Post: New Fallout Online Transmissions Incoming

    Even though Fallout: New Vegas is soaking up a lot of attention these days, Interplay wants to remind players that there's more Fallout action coming in 2012. The Fallout Online developers have released the Armageddon Rag #3, three short texts of various transmissions from the wasteland. Featured... More
  • Blog Post: Interplay Says Bethesda Now Wants Previously Undesired Fallout MMO For Free

    You’re probably too busy gunning down mutants and gambling in Fallout: New Vegas to think about the Fallout MMO that has been the focus of an ongoing lawsuit between Interplay and Bethesda. Bethesda sued Interplay because they didn’t produce a Fallout MMO in the agreed upon time. Now Eric... More
  • Blog Post: Postcards From Fallout Online

    Fallout Online is still chugging along, despite all the past legal wranglings between Interplay and Bethesda, and Fallout Online developer Interplay recently sent along an art piece from the game and a few scraps of info. "There are many stories and many more tall tales about life in the wastelands... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda's Suit Against Interplay Continues

    Despite recent rumors to the contrary , Bethesda's lawsuit against Interplay surrounding rights to the Fallout MMO continues, according to a comment from Bethesda. After a long legal battle over the rights to creating a Fallout MMO, rumors surfaced earlier this week that Bethesda had opted to discontinue... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout MMO Public Beta Opening In 2012

    The dust seems to have settled on the Interplay versus Bethesda court case , and now some new information has surfaced regarding the mysterious Fallout MMO . Now that Bethesda is out of Interplay’s way in creating their new MMO, the company has signed a developer and given a tentative date for... More
  • Blog Post: Interplay Not Content With Fallout Court Case

    Just yesterday we reported that Interplay successfully defended its rights to publish the Fallout Trilogy bundle and continue development on Project V13, a Fallout MMO. Today Interplay has issued a statement claiming that they are displeased with the Bethesda’s interference with their business... More
  • Blog Post: Interplay Triumphs Over Bethesda In Fallout Case

    Legal disputes over Interplay’s Fallout MMO ended today, with Fallout 3 developer Bethesda losing the case. With this decision, Interplay will be able to continue development on the long-rumored MMO. The U.S. district judge also ruled that Interplay is free to continue publishing the triple-pack... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout MMO Concept Art Released On Interplay Forums

    The legal situation between Bethesda Softworks and Interplay continues. Bethesda purchased rights to the Fallout franchise from Interplay in 2007 and later sued the company citing trademark infringement and attempted to terminate its right to make a Fallout MMO. Bethesda threatened legal action after... More
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