I'd be very surprised that a publicly traded company such as Writers' Group Film Corp., positioned in a market segment where it is required to report to the SEC or a U.S. regulatory agency, would acquire another company without proceeding to the appropriate due diligence in order to properly evaluate the risks and put a figure on the acquired assets. Amiga Games Inc. must have acquired the copyrights portfolio or at least a transferable license allowing them to do their business in the proper extent. If not, AGI wouldn't be worth a penny.
On the other hand I don't know where they're going with this strategy. Look at this:
I hope the agreement between WGF Corp. and Barnes & Noble doesn't have strong exclusivity clauses, so they are still allowed to sign other agreements with companies like Amazon, Apple, etc.