Ugh. Interplay, get your act together and pay the developers. If Interplay would let their IPs out of the bottle instead of hoarding them (like they did with Fallout) they might actually get some interest in them again. Hell, I can see games like Castles II reborn as a successful free-to-play app, or sales of a new entry in the series reviving interest in the old ones.
I'm very happy to see that there's been two good calls here: One, that the games are still available through GOG.com for those that have them; and two, there's no impact on Descent: Underground. I understand suspending new sales until the issue is settled, but it's good to see that there's still a desire to maintain goodwill with the player base.