Atari and Interplay settle D&D licensing drama


Although using an image of "Bum Fighting" would have been insensitive, that probably would have accurately portrayed the feeling of watching publishers Interplay and Atari fight over Dungeons & Dragons rights. Big Download reports the once great publishers have settled a D&D licensing dispute, with Atari agreeing to purchase all rights that Interplay had to the franchise and canceling a $1 million promissory note.

Wonder what we could get the two companies to do for a block of cheese and a bottle of Listerine?

This article was originally published on Joystiq.