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City State Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Development  (est.rel N/A)  | Pub:City State Entertainment
PVP:Yes | Distribution: | Retail Price:n/a | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Camelot Unchained Videos: Mark Jacobs on What Next for CU (35:04) interviews Mark Jacobs of City State Entertainment about Camelot Unchained. The game's funded... so now what? interviews Mark Jacobs of City State Entertainment about Camelot Unchained. The game's funded... so now what?
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Game: Camelot Unchained
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Mkilbride writes:

Mark Jacobs! What is best in life?

Camelot Unchained.

Fri May 17 2013 7:33AM Report
Alienami writes: Oh man! Can't wait? for backer forums! Glad to hear some tidbits of new info also. Fri May 17 2013 9:10AM Report
Dreamo84 writes:

What's next? Now they have to actually make the game :-p

Sorry, I couldn't resist.

Fri May 17 2013 10:36AM Report
shantideva writes: Game has FIEBOLLS! Fri May 17 2013 12:07PM Report
Bukkerz writes:

I think the concept for this game with the Background Story and Artwork Style is brilliant. I also feel that the strong housing and crafting element within the context of a PvP / RvR game is a step into making a very real world. Historically, living in an ancient 'Briton' in a constantly threatened and evolving environment from Romans then Angles, Jutes and Saxons, then Vikings, Normans etc etc certainly has a parallel with this type of game...and protecting your interests from a horde of invaders is a very 'real' notion and far better than killing oversize PvE butterflies or a bunch of other nonsensical creatures from the planet stupid which seems to be the trend of many mmo's. If Camelot Unchained remains Dark and 'real' I can certainly see them having a huge success ... already I can imagine other develop's being able to 'nick' the odd concept already which I suppose is the floor of having to reveal so much in a kick starter campaign. So speed is of the essence here.

Excellent stuff ... can't wait

Sat May 18 2013 2:54AM Report