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38 Studios has officially declared bankruptcy, amid reports that state and federal agencies are investigating the company. Read more

Epic Games has become a white knight to most of the Big Huge Games developers laid off in the 38 Studios collapse, taking on the management team and dubbing the new group Epic Baltimore. Read more

A sequel to Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was in "pre-production" before developer Big Huge Games was effectively shut down late last week. Read more

Curt Schilling has criticized Rhode Island's role in 38 Studios' recent problems, claiming that the state economic board reneged on a deal and Governor Chafee's remarks ruined a potentially lucrative sequel deal for Reckoning. Read more

A patch for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning had been in the works at 38 Studios, lead designer Ian Frazier has explained, but sadly due to the developer's collapse you'll never get to apply it. Read more

Join Garnett Lee on this episode of Shacknews Daily. Today’s stories: 38 Studios lays off all their employees, Harry Potter conjures a spell on Kinect, and Jet Set Radio grinds its way onto Vita. Read more

At a press conference, Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee called Amalur a failure, having not met its required 3 million sales require to "break even." Read more

It appears 38 Studios is nearing the end of its very public death march. New reports today show that 38 Studios, and its subsidiary Big Huge Games, have laid off their entire staffs. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, May 16, 2012 3:00PM PDT

38 Studios is requesting additional Rhode Island state assistance in the wake of its overdue payment to the Economic Development Corporation. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, May 15, 2012 10:00AM PDT

38 Studios is in talks with the Rhode Island state government, and the state governor says the effort is to keep the company "solvent." Read more

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