Submitted by gamerlive 944d ago | interview

Richard Garriott Talks About His Return To PC Gaming With Shroud Of The Avatar

Richard Garriott, award-winning game designer and creator of the hugely successful Ultima series of games, is returning to the origins of game design that helped make him a pioneer and legend in fantasy role playing games. Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues from Portalarium, Garriott’s Austin-based game studio is using SXSW Gaming at Austin’s Palmer Auditorium to promote the Kickstarter game. He talks about the new PC game in this exclusive video interview. (Kickstarter, PC, Portalarium, Richard Garriott, Shroud of the Avatar: Forksaken Virtues, Ultima Online)

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mjk45  +   944d ago
glad to see Lord British return .
Magnagamer222  +   944d ago
Same here, looking forward to see how this games develop.
YoureINMYWay85  +   944d ago
Is this another kick starter?

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