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Heuristic's RPG fighter 'Dungeon Lords' Coming To Europe

by Rainier on Jan. 10, 2003 @ 8:05 p.m. PST

Licensing rights for fantasy RPG Dungeon Lords by D.W. Bradley of Heuristic Park were recently signed up for exclusive licensing representation. D. W. Bradley is one of the leading developers of fantasy RPGs in the U.S., famous for creating three of the Wizardry titles. With 20 years of experience making RPGs, and a proven, proprietary, 2nd generation 3D RPG engine, Heuristic Park has embarked upon making a new type of game that represents a bold step forward for the genre of fantasy RPG games. The working title for this new game is Dungeon Lords, and this new genre is called, "RPG-fighter".

Gerhard Schanz, MD at Schanz International Consultants says " we are sure, just about everyone in the industry understands the worth of a game that comes out of the award-winning, time tested and successful Studio such as Heuristic Park. We consider ourselves privileged to represent this game and to have the opportunity to work with someone like D.W. Bradley. The harmony and mutual understanding were instantaneous."

D.W. Bradley says, "The immediate response and enthusiasm generated by Schanz Games to my newest RPG creation Dungeon Lords has been overwhelming -
I am truly delighted to have such a professional calibre organization as Schanz representing Heuristic Park. I am certain that Dungeon Lords is only the beginning of a long and enjoyable relationship together, and with their support look forward to transporting gaming audiences everywhere into new and unexplored universes for many years to come."

Barely within days of signing up the Agreement with Heuristic Park, SIC finalised a publishing deal for Dungeon Lords, for Asia and is now seeking a European publisher for European and North American rights for the game which will first be on PC and then on X-box.

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