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Tuesday, 17 December 2013 08:22

Kingdoms of Amalur does not sell

Written by David Stellmack

Crosses the block, but no acceptable bids

Word is that Kingdoms of Amalur which went across the auction block along with a number of other assets of Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios, but according to Heritage Global Partners who is in charge of the auction, no acceptable bids were received.

Heritage is still apparently talking to interested parties in an effort to reach a deal. The auction was not apparently a total waste of time as Rise of Nations, Rise of Legends, and the Big Huge Games trademark were all sold bringing in $320,000.

No word yet on what might be next in an effort to move these assets and recoup some money for the state. The MMO which was the cornerstone of what brought down 38 Studios, also didn’t sell and despite some rumored interest from a number of parties who think there could be value in the partially developed MMO.

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