Interplay offering IPs for sale

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As soon as you read that name, I’m willing to bet that the first thought that hit your head was, “Why does that name sound so familiar?” Well, if you happened to own an SNES or Genesis when you were growing up, you might recognize some of the games that they own the rights to, such as Earthworm Jim and Clayfighter. You also might just now be realizing that there hasn’t been a Clayfighter or Earthworm Jim game in over 10 years, so this might just be the opportunity some lucky and/or creative company to pick up the IP rights and revitalize the series, especially with the only fighting game franchises out there being Street Fighter, Smash Bros., and Mortal Kombat, we could do with a little Clayfighter mixing it up.

Source: Global Newswire

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