Neoseeker : News : Rhode Island set to sell Kingdoms of Amalur assets in order to try and recover part of $130 million debt
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Shadow of Death May 20, 13
I hope a good company gets their hands on it. I can't say what company, as I'm not really one who follows which company does what genre and playstyle best usually.
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Lesley Pro_04 May 20, 13
I feel bad for Curt Schilling having to go through this. He had one of the most successful careers in Major League Baseball history and was part three World Series winning teams with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2001, and the Boston Red Sox in 2004 and 2007.

I feel he deserved a better fate with this business venture.

Side note: I couldn't post this via the news comment field. A bug, perhaps?
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the_FAMAS_pro May 20, 13
What if Bethesda gets KoA:R? That would be *bleep*ing epic.
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bluexy May 20, 13
Please, please please, someone buy these assets and make them into an MMO. I don't know anything about the game itself, but the environments themselves looked so impressive. Grandiose and out of this world.

Seriously, just put the environments on a server and let me explore them for $5 and I'd pay.
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idragd07 May 21, 13
It was a really good game,hope some good company buys it because this series had lots of potential imo..
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AkaiEdge May 21, 13
The combat of this game was great in comparison to most WRPGs.
Everything else though...
That being said, I hope someone improves and does good with this series.
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Twilight May 22, 13

I hope the Blade and Soul company buys it b/c that is an amazing MMO. Alternatively Bioware/Beth would be ok too~ uwu
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