Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning
A settlement is reached in the lawsuit against Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning developer 38 Studios, with $12.5 million being awarded to the state of Rhode Island's EDC.
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A new lengthy report has surfaced detailing the downfall of 38 Studios. It paints a fascinating, yet utterly unkind portrait of founder and chairman Curt Schilling, and his leadership on the developer's road to collapse.
Plans were abandoned for 'Kingdoms of Amalur 2' after 38 Studios collapsed this May. 'Reckoning' publisher Electronic Arts, however, recently expressed hopes that a sequel will still find life. We think we know how...
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Former Major League All-Star pitcher Curt Schilling tells WEEI radio in Boston that he invested $50 million into 38 Studios and his baseball fortune is "tapped out."
38 Studios' Curt Schilling, whose company just recently filed for bankruptcy, is now being sued for failing to pay off a $2 Million loan and a $350,000 company credit card.
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Curt Schilling is speaking out on the closure of 'Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning' developer 38 Studios and what circumstances could have prevented the developer's demise.
According to sources within Big Huge Games, a sequel to 'Reckoning' was already being built when employees were laid off, and maintain the studio's failure had nothing to do with the game.
After nearly a month of speculation, 'Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning' developer 38 Studios has laid off its entire staff and that of Big Huge Games as well.
We may never see the finished product, but some new character art has been revealed that shows off a few of the playable races in 'Project Copernicus'.
Though still in turmoil, beleaguered 38 Studios has made its first loan payment to the state Rhode Island. Additionally, with some possible help, we now have a trailer and rumored released date for Amalur-based MMO 'Project Copernicus.'
More news has come to light regarding 'Kingdoms of Amalur' developer 38 Studios' financial troubles, including an emergency meeting called by Curt Schilling.