Dungoen Lords being re-mastered by D. W. Bradley

13 Apr 2012  by   John Robertson
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Dungeon Lords was originally released back in 2008 and today Nordic Games announced that D. W. Bradley is releasing a new re-mastered version of the RPG which will go by the new name of Dungeon Lords MMXII.
“I’m delighted to be working with Nordic on the new re-master of Dungeon Lords MMXII, it’s a rare opportunity for an author. Dungeon Lords is pure and true RPG, there are no mindless quests to kill 20 of these and find 12 of those, at least not without giving you a very good reason for it. The story is full of plot twists and turns, players must stay alert and use their wits to solve the puzzles, and monsters don’t like intruders. The new magic and action system makes the game sizzle with fun, and I’m excited to be pumping it up and bringing this epic RPG experience to a new generation of gamers…” added D.W.Bradley the author of Dungeon Lords. 
Updated game features RPG fans can look forward to include:

Co-op story mode for up to 8 players and full single-player game experience
50-70 hours
Completely reworked intuitive Graphic User Interface
New Multiplayer Features
Dual Switchable Interface Modes (supports Hot-Key action play and Point&Click play)
Updated full hardware Screen Resolution support (16:10, 16:9, 1920×1080 etc.)
New quick-start Hero character creation system
All new Magic system including new Magic Spells
New Hero Classes, new and improved Class Skills, and new unique Class action abilities
New Character Advancement and Level Up with auto-learn Magic system
All new Quest and Log System
New Mini Map and Full Map Screens
Full World and Character Re-mastering for enhanced gameplay experience
New dynamic Treasure & Equipment generation, featuring Uncommon, Rare & Epic items
New Inventory and Loot Bag System
Improved Graphic & Visual Enhancements
Newly Re-Mastered Audio sounds and speech Savant, and the epic 3D Fantasy RPG titles Wizards & Warriors and Dungeon Lords.

 

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