Interplay is still gasping for air, it seems. According to their latest SEC filing, they've gone and sold the Dark Alliance license.
Interplay Entertainment Corp. (the "Company") has entered into an agreement on
April 25, 2005 effective April 19, 2005 with Snowblind Studios, Inc.
("Snowblind") pursuant to which Snowblind receives an exclusive license to the
"Dark Alliance" trademark under certain conditions for the purpose of making non
Massively Multiplayer video games.
"Non Massively Multiplayer?" Is Herve trying to turn what's left of Interplay into a bastion of MMO gaming?
You can read the whole SEC filing here.