Interplay Goes Classic


Posted April 21, 2008 - By Frank Meyer

In an effort to get funding for a Fallout MMO, troubled game company Interplay announced today it will soon be releasing classic owned properties on the Wii Virtual Console, including the Genesis ‘90s games Earthworm Jim 1 and 2, Boogerman and Clay Fighter.

Interplay recently sold the rights to the Fallout series to Fallout 3 developer Bethesda for $5.75 million, but still needs "at least" $30 million to develop the the MMO version. (Interplay licensed back the rights to develop a Fallout MMO after selling them to Bethesda.)

The company also noted that it plans on developing sequels to its owned properties, including Dark Alliance, Descent and MDK.

Next-gen.biz: Boogerman, Earthworm Jim Coming to Wii VC

Interplay Goes Classic


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