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Kingdoms of Amalur doesn't just recycle its dungeons

2011-08-19 19:00:00  ยท  Hollie Bennett

Following his retirement from major league baseball, Curt Schilling decided to open 38 Studios, which is now working on the open-world RPG Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. The new IP has both Todd McFarlane and R.A. Salvatore on board as well.

During the interview, we talk about the story, Reckoning's interesting new take on the combat, class system and just how open-world it is.

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