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Interplay unveil evil scheme for gaming comeback, a Fallout MMOG
Posted: 09.04.2008 13:18 by Jamie Davey Comments: 1
They plan to attack on two fronts, one with a MMOG set in the "Fallout" franchise and the second is to unleash a wave of sequels to games like Earthworm Jim, Dark Alliance, Descent, and MDK.

They plan to make a new website go live to "streamline our ability to communicate development progress with the public."

"The net income reported in the twelve-month period of this year was primarily the result of the recording of $5,750,000 in income from recognition of the sale of the "Fallout" intellectual property."

They sold the Fallout license last year but have a condition set which allows them to use the franchise for a MMOG project. They've injected life back into their own in-house development studio too; they're looking for people to join their plot for world gaming conquest.

Let's hope Interplay can realise a comeback, too many studios are closely recently - we need more creative madmen!

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By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Apr 09, 2008
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I&#039;d like to see MDK return, and it is a cross-platform title, with Dark Alliance a close second. The Fallout MMOG would generate a lot of interest, but it would have to be very special to rival what is here and what is coming.