Original Dungeon Keeper Richard Ridings returns to War for the Overworld

War for the Overworld

By on January 9, 2013 at 5:55 pm

For those like me who enjoyed the original Dungeon Keeper games, it will please you to know that its spiritual successor, War for the Overworld, has reached its Kickstarter goal. What should please you even more though, is that having reached the £225,000 stretch goal, original Dungeon Keeper mentor, Richard Ridings will be returning as the narrator in War for the Overworld.

Ridings has already taken part in some of the early trailers for the project, but having reached the stretch goal however he is now set to star in the full game. As if this game isn’t full of nostalgia enough! To get those nostalgia glands flowing, here is the man himself celebrating the news.

3 comments (Leave your own)

awesome…

seems like it’s keeping the comedy

 

I was concerned about it surviving but it surpassed that to even get Richard Ridings on board! This is terrific news, I simply can’t wait for this game :D

Still got DK2 on my computer playing skirmish/my pet dungeon or messing with the map editor.

 

Yeah keep in mind these guys are basically a bunch of skyrim modders from the nexus site that got together to do this – it’ll be a game made by gamers ;)

 
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