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RPGs sell, right?
There's one thing I really don't understand. Everytime Bioware or Bethesda bring out a new RPG, those games dominate the charts. Mostly they even become the game of the year. And since every other genre now has RPG elements in them, I guess that people love RPGs. So why aren't all the other awesome RPG trademarks continued? Like Ultima, Dungeons&Dragons, Might&Magic and so on? Who's keeping their fingers on them? And why don't they just sell the name to developers who are interested in continuing those, if they don't want to take the risk?