The Princess Bride game surely has fans of the classic film wondering if it's going to be a fun gaming experience or end up shaming the near-perfect film. Thanks to a new G4 interview, we have some information direct from the developers mouths about the game world, the target demographic, and how many times we may hear the word "inconceivable."
In the interview one developer says that they will be using "sound-alikes" for the voices, which does drop my spirits a bit as some of those characters were unforgettable for me because of their voices. He also mentions working on possible involvement of the original cast however, so I won't let my hopes fall just yet.
The Princess Bride will be available in Spring of 2008 for PC and is available for preorder now at the official site.
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