38 Studios auction finds no buyer for Amalur MMO, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning sequel

No acceptable offers made for Project Copernicus or RPG sequel; Rise of Nations, Rise of Legends, and Big Huge Games trademark sell for combined $320,000 to mystery buyers.

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Tetsujin1803d ago

I'd buy it, if I had the money.

NYC_Gamer1803d ago

I guess many publishers felt the franchise wouldn't bring in any real type of profit

Roccetarius1803d ago

I'm guessing they expected a unreal amount of money, so that's why it didn't sell. I'd like to see KoA being improved with a sequel.

rdgneoz31803d ago

KoA broke even and made them money. Only problem was that they used the money they made on the failed mom.

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DFogz1803d ago

The State of Rhode Island is still in over $100million in debt due to the loans they gave to 38Studios.
I'm willing to bet they wanted to recoup most of their loss and were asking for way more than it would be worth to any potential investors.

rainslacker1802d ago

I like the game alright, but it seriously felt like a single player World of Warcraft, at least early on. It got better later.

I think if a company were going to invest a lot of money into an MMO it would have to be from an established franchise that didn't have the sour taste of what happened with this game.

Otherwise, that money could just be used to create a whole new IP. MMO's are risky enough as it is.

Transporter471803d ago

Wonder how much they are asking for it...

XboxFun1803d ago

Damn, that really, really sucks!

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