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Lock's Quest first look and interview from GameSpot

Real-time strategy may be one of those genres that intimidate a lot of people, but it's proven to be rather flexible in recent years. Although games such as Supreme Commander still exist at the far end of the complexity spectrum, more and more casual RTS games pop up on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, and various handhelds. One recent example of this is a game that THQ unveiled at this week's press event in San Francisco. Currently operating under the tentative name Lock's Quest, this DS strategy game was described to GameSpot by the game's creative director as an "arcade-y one-man strategy game" that blends the simplified combat of Advance Wars with the stylus-based movement of The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass.

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