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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:32pm 18/06/15 | 1 Comments
With a new trailer showcasing the very story-book like approach to the new King's Quest, comes word that the game will be broken up into separate episodes. The first chapter, A Knight to Remember, coming next month.

As established when the title was first revealed, this new King's Quest from The Odd Gentlemen and Sierra will take a more modern approach. In that it will be substituting the pointing-and-clicking (or the typing out of commands) for running, jumping, and real-time puzzle solving.

But in keeping with the spirit of the series, one that aimed to capture the feeling of a storybook come to life, the new King's Quest will be very cinematic in its presentation. With art direction that evokes classic hand-drawn animation, a wonderful musical score, and an exceptional line-up of voice actors led by Doctor Emmett Brown (sometimes referred to as Christopher Lloyd), King's Quest is back in a big way.

Now, onto Space Quest please.

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Posted 01:58pm 18/6/15
I won't be playing it but glad to se it return. I grew up on this stuff.
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