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Dungeon Lords Follow-up Details

This Press Release announces The Orb and the Oracle as the title of the upcoming Dungeon Lords release, though it is not clear if they consider this the standalone Dungeon Lords expansion or the full Dungeon Lords sequel that were both simultaneously announced late last year (story). Word is to expect a release this winter with more gameplay designed by D.W. Bradley and the always desirable co-op support:

JoWooD Productions and DreamCatcher Games, leading publishers of interactive entertainment software around the world, today announced The Orb and the Oracle will release in Winter 2008 for Windows® as the next installment in the bestselling saga, Dungeon Lords.

“We have eagerly anticipated releasing a new installment in the Dungeon Lords saga,” said Byron Gaum, Global Product Marketing Manager at DreamCatcher Games. “We’re really excited to offer Dungeon Lords fans a new dose of the combat, magic and incredible quests that this fantasy RPG is known for.”

Created by legendary RPG game author, D.W. Bradley, The Orb and the Oracle boasts a massive fantasy world filled with incredible a ction and meticulously detailed indoor and outdoor environments. Offering both single and multiplayer co-op game modes, the game is sure to engage RPG fans for hours on end!

The game features an advanced and robust combat system coupled with devastating magic spells for a variety of ways to vanquish your foes in real-time. Set to the tone of an epic soundtrack, players should prepare themselves for an unforgettable journey.

The Orb and the Oracle for Windows® will sell for an SRP of $39.99 USD. The anticipated ESRB rating is T for Teen. For further information please visit our website at www.dreamcatchergames.com.

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3. Dungeon Lords Follow-up Details Jun 25, 2008, 21:45 Tomas
 
I've seen some pretty broken and incomplete games...but this one takes the cake. Funny part is I still kind of liked it but it was like eating cake and getting kicked in the nuts. You wanted to enjoy it but in the end it just wasn't worth it.

 
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