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Interview The Cult Interview


Tags: 3D People; Kult: Heretic Kingdoms

<a href="http://www.gamershell.com">Gamer's Hell</a> has put up an <a href="http://www.gamershell.com/reviews/TheCultInterview.shtml">interview</a> with German developer <a href="www.3dpeople.de">3D People</a> regarding their up-coming isometric fantasy RPG, The Cult. Upon looking at their <a href="http://www.cult.3dpeople.de/galery/galery/images/index.html">screenshots</a> I thought "Baldur's Gate Clone", and indeed a question about BG did arise:
<blockquote><b>Baldur's Gate to name just one of the many has its very own community. Do you envisage THE CULT to be as successful?</b>
We don’t want to compete with Baldur’s Gate - we don’t have enough experience, time and money to compete with such title, although we will try to. Baldur’s Gate has a big advantage of AD&D rules, that we don’t have, but we are trying to make it better :) .</blockquote>Could be promising, comes out in 2003.

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