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June 27th, 2007, 10:34
Originally Posted by rg4619 View Post
Well, Sir-Tech Canada/1259190 Ontario had been licensing the name to virtually any Japanese publisher who wanted it, so players shouldn't be too concerned about the transfer (unless AeriaIPM, which is an IP management firm, decides to grant exclusive rights to some undesirable company).

As for Wizardry in Japan, it remains a niche brand, although a devoted following exists.
AeriaIPM is building a fund for an online Wizardry game but it doesn't seem to be international one but only for Japanese portable devices.

I still not sure why the company acquired international right but you are most likely right. Probably almost no impact to worldwide fanbase.

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