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 Jun 17, 2004 - 05:32 PM - by Michael
* Dungeon Lords Q&A

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Gamespot's got a Q&A regarding Dungeon Lords with D.W. Bradley, the designer of the game.
Dungeon Lords is the first game to combine a deep 3D RPG with real-time arcade-style fighting action. Everything in the game is based upon using the combined skills and abilities of both the player and his or her character hero. Dungeon Lords puts complete control of all character actions in the world at the player's fingertips. We let the player do the actual fighting, blocking, dodging, and so on, while still offering a rich and extensive world to explore, deep character design and hero development choices, and a huge storyline that provides all the best of what RPG players love.
Personally, I love the idea of being able to control my character's fighting, even if I have to power him up as well, through an RPG - could we be getting one step closer to The World actually being a viable RPG?

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