It has been many years in the making – but at long last, DestinyQuest Infinite (the interactive version of The Legion of Shadow) is now available to buy. Diligent fans may remember the app first being teased with the original release of The Legion of Shadow back in May 2012. It has been quite a journey, but I'm glad to say it has been worth it - and I am very proud of what the QuestForge team have achieved.
As mentioned in my previous blog post, the guys at QuestForge studios have been diligently working on the interactive version of The Legion of Shadow (entitled DestinyQuest Infinite). Their forges have been burning bright now for many months, the hammering of tools reaching a grand crescendo as the unveiling of their master work draws ever closer. Braving the steam-filled workshops, my rogue spy was able to uncover some new intel, as well as scoop a copy of the official launch trailer.
Been a while since I’ve done a news update, but with lots happening on the DestinyQuest scene I thought it was high time I provided you with some tasty morsels and a little bit of a tease. Oo err missus!
It’s not unusual for television shows to get cancelled after just one or two seasons. There was a time, a couple of years ago, when it seemed almost naive to invest too much emotional energy into a series. All too often they got the axe because they didn't appeal to the jibbering masses – forget the fact that some of these projects were superbly written and perfectly casted, and had real potential to develop into memorable epics. Carnivale, Jericho, Firefly, Sarah Conner – I salute you. Even you, Terra Nova. There was potential there, somewhere…
Sometimes you can forget your roots. It’s so easy to get boxed into the day-to-day grind of work, desperately scratching around for the pennies to pay those all-important bills. It’s easy to lose the impetus and the drive that once fuelled your entire reason for living.