Interplay have declared their financial situation at the end of the first six months of the fiscal year, and it's slipping. The company has reported a net revenue of $24.9 million, $5 million less than the same period last year. The operating loss has gone down conversely, so it's looking quite good for the MDK2 publishers. "We are extremely pleased that we have continued to reduce our operating losses as we proceed on our plan to return Interplay to profitability," said Brian Fargo, and chief executive officer for Interplay Entertainment talking to GameSpot UK. The phenomenal Baldur's Gate's sequel is due out this year from Interplay, along with a couple of Star Trek games, so sales should be very impressive for the closing six months too.
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