Tor of Gamespot have picked up on the Titus going bankrupt story and have posted a small article regarding it, here's a bit from it:<blockquote>However, since the bankruptcy was from the local court where Titus' headquarters is located, it does not affect Titus' international subsidiaries which include: Cat Software, DIGITAL Integration, Uco Games and Avalon Interactive in Britain; Titus Japan; and Bluesky Software, Titus USA, and Interplay. In fact, the Agence-France Press news service quoted an unnamed source as saying that Interplay "continues to live for the moment." How long that "moment" will last is to be determined. Although it sold the rights to its popular Fallout series to Bethesda Softworks last year, Interplay still has a number of licenses it could sell, including Kingpin, the Baldur's Gate-free Dark Alliance, and the rights to a Fallout MMORPG. However, the question remains who will assume control of the approximate 67 percent of Interplay stock Titus now owns. Attempts to contact Interplay spokespersons were unsuccessful as of press time. </blockquote>So who has the money to pay for this, or will it be sold in pieces? Link: Titus Bankrupt story on Gamespot Thanks goes out to Briosafreak for informing us.