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Dark Horizons: Lore Q&A With Adrian Wright
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Gaming website The Junkyard has posted a quick Q&A with Max Gaming Technologies founder Adrian Wright regarding their mechanized assault vehicle Dark Horizons: Lore.

Powered by the Torque Engine and published by Oregon's GarageGames, the multiplayer mech combat game represents a major effort on the behalf of the developers, whose long-term plans for the title include a major update to the game before long, inclusion of a full single player game, as well as a pencil and paper RPG and board game versions. From the interview:

tJY: At the moment, Lore is still in its Early Adopters Release where what is available now is only the first retail release of the game. What plans do you have for the future of Lore?

AW: Lore is available through our online publisher GarageGames at www.garagegames.com. We are a couple months from the next major release, which will sport some things players really will be excited about, including: Single Player Campaign, Multiplayer Bots, Transports, New Lighting backbone (pretty stuff), and between now and that release, we will be introducing several new maps and arena play. Past that we are looking at adding in an infantry component into the game, but we can save that for another chat ;)

Readers interested in the title should head over to the new Q&A through the link below. While you're there, why not check out IMG's own Adrian Wright interview, and our review of the online multiplayer title:

The Junkyard: Adrian Wright Q&A
IMG's Dark Horizons: Lore Review
IMG's Interview With Adrian Wright
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Dark Horizons: Lore


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