News Atari Disputes Loss of Dragon Ball Z Game Licenses
posted on 2007-11-01 09:21 EDT
The videogame distributor Atari reported in a United States Security and Exchange Commission filing on October 25 that the anime company Funimation Production delivered a notice to terminate Atari's two Dragon Ball Z software licenses on October 18. Funimation cites alleged breaches of license agreements for the termination, while Atari disputes the allegations. The two company are discussing a "standstill" agreement to arrange further meetings on the issues. Atari announced on October 30 that it completed development on the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 game for the Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation 2 game consoles. Thanks, Daniel Zelter. Source: Gamespot
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