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Game News Swords and Sorcery: Underworld Definitive Edition coming November 3rd


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Jan 28, 2011
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Tags: OlderBytes; Swords and Sorcery: Underworld

The Definitive Edition of Codexer's Charles-cgr's Swords and Sorcery: Underworld was only formally announced last month, but today it's gotten a release date - November 3rd. Here's a trailer he put together for the occasion:

Good news. You may also be interested in this post from earlier this month explaining the changes that have been made to the game's character system.


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Oct 21, 2002
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this is some good shit. that map looks hella cool.


Mar 13, 2010
Project: Eternity
Best of luck to you.

There is no link to support you on your YouTube video.

Thanks! You're right I could add a few links in the description. Not so much monetary support but likes, favorites, follows and all that stuff people do these days.

EDIT - I hesitated, then added the gog wishlist link to the video description. Which in turn led me back to the 2011 Codex review. Nostalgia, cringing, shame... A long, bumpy ride it has been!
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