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King's Quest III Remake Released 121

Posted by Soulskill
from the never-stop-questing dept.
Beetle B. writes "Not being content with remaking Sierra's King's Quest I, King's Quest II and Quest for Glory II, the Anonymous Game Developers Interactive have released a remake of King's Quest III. Sure, the graphics may not appeal to the young'uns out there, but it's the gameplay that matters, right? Last year, after several legal battles, another game in the King's Quest series made by fans was released (with more episodes to come). And did I mention that they're all free? What other remakes of old adventure games are floating around out there?"
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King's Quest III Remake Released

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  • by kevinmenzel (1403457) <kevinmenzel&gmail,com> on Friday February 25, 2011 @07:56AM (#35310860)
    AGDI provides awesome nostalga in different ways, including slightly reworking the games (massively reworking in the case of KQ2) - ways that hint every so often not only at the game they are remaking, but giving a nod to other games in the series, and bringing back people like Josh Mandel who voiced King Graham in the Sierra KQ5 and KQ6, and now the AGDI KQ1, 2 and 3. There is something really cool about hearing the original voice of King Graham brought back to games originally written before voice acting existed.
  • by euroq (1818100) on Friday February 25, 2011 @03:22PM (#35315550)

    I thought this was a joke when I first saw the title. The King's Quest III remake has been out for about 3 years now. Did they just re-release it for publicity?

    Then I realize that the people who have been making this game are separate. The first KQ3 remix is here:
    http://www.infamous-adventures.com/kq3/index.php?page=screens [infamous-adventures.com]

    So I am dumbfounded that these developers worked so hard and for so long for so many years on doing something that's already been done. I can't imagine there is much difference between the first remake and this new second remake.

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