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Submitted by rajeanak25 892d ago | news

'Battle Worlds: Kronos' Bringing Back The Strategy

"It seems that King Art Games have a rather interesting philosophy when it comes to designing games, after their last game The Book Of Unwritten Tales rapidly became a success, even though it was in a genre apparently unpopular at the time.
This has given the studio a rather fantastic perspective of the market and now they believe it does not matter what is currently popular because good games will always be good games, and this is their hope for Battle Worlds Kronos." - Alex Wilkinson (Battle Worlds: Kronos, Indie, PC)

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