Impire trailer channels a Dungeon Keeper vibe

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By on January 26, 2013 at 9:02 am

Of Orcs and Men and Game of Thrones: Genesis developer Cyanide Studios is still waiting for that one big hit to capture PC gamers’ hearts. Its latest effort, Impire, looks quite a lot like Bullfrog classic Dungeon Keeper, which is no bad thing. It’s set in the same world as Paradox’s Majesty franchise, and is going to have a single-player campaign, co-op, and some sort of four-player mode. Also, according to this trailer, “a soundtrack so dark and epic that viewers will be unable to stop themselves from joining Báal-Abaddon in the Bottomless Mosh Pit”. Okay. Impire is due sometime this quarter, and is just one of a number of new games in the works at Cyanide Studios.

Source: Paradox Interactive

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Not as Dungeon Keeper as War for the Overworld, which is a great thing. We don’t want too many “reboots” coming out at the same time.

 

The problem I think, is that this company is trying to hard to make a super cool game… What they NEED to do is just make a game they find interesting or something.

 

Reminds me more of Overlord than Dungeon Keeper…

 
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