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Submitted by Benke 503d ago | interview

R.A. Salvatore on Neverwinter and 38 Studios | GRTV interview

GRTV talked to R.A. Salvatore about Forgotten Realms, his books that tie in with Neverwinter, and the demise of 38 Studios.

"The IP is going to come up for sale. I hope somebody buys it. I hope they contact me and want me to come back and do some work with it. I think it's awesome, and I'm not just saying that cause I wrote it. The parts I wrote - great - but the work the team did... the love they poured into that expanding this hundreds and hundreds of pages in the wiki - just amazing stuff was coming out of that team." (Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning, Neverwinter, PC, Project Copernicus, PS3, Xbox 360)

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T2  +   503d ago
Kingdoms of amalur right ? I dont know how this studio went bankrupt ... What a game and salvatore is the fantasy author of this generation... But no COD sells 20 mil , wtf ... If you love action rpg, this game is one of the top 5
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ikkokucrisis  +   503d ago
Icewindale Trilogy, Dark Elf Trilogy...this guy is like God in my book.
R_aVe_N  +   503d ago
My favorite author of all time.

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