Horizons Sale Approved

This Press Release announces court approval of the sale of the assets of bankrupt developer Artifact Entertainment, which includes the MMORPG Horizons: Empire of Istaria. Here's word from Tulga Games' Managing Member, Chris Tulumello: "Working with the team to plot a course for the future for both the game Horizons and the company is a high priority. All the assets included in this sale are very powerful and very valuable. The fan base and subscribers to Horizons have been very vocal that the indecision caused by Artifact’s filing of voluntary bankruptcy was a cause for concern; they have wanted to know what the future holds for them, I can see with great clarity that the future looks very bright. I, along with all the resources of Tulga Games, are committed to the long term story arc of this wonderful product."
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It CAN be a fun game, but the way they did reources in the game, one or two guilds and own everything and leave everyone else with a stick in the eye. I don't play those kinds of games.

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God just shoot this game in the head

It was fucking retarded in 2003 at the beta showing in Gencon, it was retarded at release, it has a bankrupt company and a moronic owner trying to pitch it to players. It's almost as bad as Ryzom, but not quite.

JUST.....GIVE...UP

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Dec 17, 2004, 00:22
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Yeah they do. Of all the mmporgs I've beta'd or bought, Horizons was the first one I couldn't get into from day one. Nothing about it got me excited to play. Heck, even AC2 hooked me for a month.

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Pardon the pun, but... WoW, horizons sure has its work cut out for them.

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