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Master of Orion’s Dev Diary Offers Nostalgic Insight

EB: Wargaming, game developer best known for critically acclaimed World of Tanks, has teamed up with WG Labs for their reboot of Master of Orion. This merger of minds lead to the beginning of a Developer Diaries series to showcase the team’s attention to retaining the integrity of the the original.

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Wargaming, game developer best known for critically acclaimed World of Tanks, has teamed up with WG Labs for their reboot of Master of Orion. This merger of minds lead to the beginning of a Developer Diaries series to showcase the team’s attention to retaining the integrity of the the original.
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chrish19901103d ago

This is one my dad would be interested in.

Off topic slightly: I did originally report this as the video isn't working, but after doing my own submission with a video, I also found the video wouldn't work, so I don't think it's fair for anyone to report this due to the embedding issues.

Back on topic: Not my cup of tea though...

zbennett1103d ago

I've been having issues with the playback of the video myself. It took me like 3 tries to actually be able to watch the video the whole way through - didn't know if it was a youtube encoding error or my internet acting up.

Thanks for the catch, though!

MilkMan1103d ago

This game, with a MAYBE a handful of others where the reason I got into gaming at all.
I poured more time into MoO than any other game in my 3000+ game library.
This warms my heart that the originator is coming back home. I had delegated this to yesteryear and named Galciv and Endless Space the new kings, but now that I hear this game is coming they may just reclaim what has been willingly given away.
MoO III was a travesty of epic proportions.

DougLord1103d ago

The last one was soooo bad