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Lionheart dev diary at GameSpot

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Lionheart dev diary at GameSpot

Preview - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sat 14 December 2002, 00:48:04

Tags: Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader

GameSpot has posted a dev diary with Mr. Doug Avery of Black Isle about his trips to Reflexive to soak in the love that is Lionheart. Here's a bit on that:

On Fridays, Chris and I make our weekly pilgrimage to Reflexive to visit with the guys, pick up the latest version of the game, and see what new changes have been made. Last week, the team was focused primarily on making the game more stable so we could have our QA teams begin their preliminary testing. We have our internal QA testers looking at the latest build of the game and getting familiar with the documentation so they'll be ready to go when we get a more-stable version of the game for testing. Right now, saving and loading of the game is in and working, and that is making testing an actual possibility.

I can't wait to see what the guys will put in next. Currently, I have been playing through the game as a demokin character and exploring Nueva Barcelona. It's pretty cool to talk to young Bill Shakespeare, and there is a very intriguing fellow from China who has some nice items. There are also very strict laws there regarding the use of magic and violence. Let's just say that the city guards and the Inquisition frown upon such acts inside the city walls.


I want Bill Shatner to voice Bill Shakespeare! To.. BE.. OrNotBe! That.. is... TheQuestion, Spock!

Thanks, Spazmo!

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