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Kingdoms of Amalur Up For Sale

Posted May 22, 2013 by Felisha "Nightingale" Silva in News

In the midst of the downfall of 38 Studios stands an incredible game hanging in it’s demise. And that game is Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. 38 Studios recently filed for bankruptcy after not being able to pay back multiple loan payments to the state of Rhode Island. Leaving quite a few developers unemployed, and politicians freaking out about the money that’s owed to the state, 38 Studios is left to sell off whatever assets it may have left in order to make back some of that money that they owe.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was the first game released in what was to be a huge fantasy gaming franchise. Even though the game came from such a small and barely known company, it didn’t stop the fantasy RPG from selling 1.3 million copies within the first 90 days of it’s release. Which doesn’t surprise me in the least. I myself picked up the game a while back, and I cannot for the life of me put it down. It’s on par with Skyrim at the moment in my gaming repertoire.

Luckily for me, and the rest of the gamers out there who love this game and would like to see it continued on in the future, 38 Studios is selling Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning along with all it’s assets in an eager attempt to get rid of their $130 million debt that they’ve accumulated. Province, Rhode Island lawyer, Richard J. Land, told The Providence Journal that a company, who will remain nameless for the time being, is interested in acquiring the title. Good news for all of us who have enjoyed this title thus far.

I look forward to seeing what company decided to pick up this title, and see what the future has in store for the Kingdoms of Amalur franchise.

About the Author

Felisha "Nightingale" Silva

Salutations! I'm Nightingale, also known to the internet world as 'Geek Mom of Awesomness'! I'm an avid gamer, artist, anime enthusiast, cosplayer, & blogger! I'm a huge Nintendo fan, & a Legend of Zelda fanatic. Growing up, while average little girls were busy playing with Barbies, I was busy mastering the Legend of Zelda, & battling Mother Brain on Super Metroid... I live for my family, my video games, and my art! Hey, wanna game with me? Here are my gamertags, feel free to add me! PS3: Myojin_of_Souls Xbox 360: xXSadisticaXx Wii U: SkywardPrincess

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