I always thought I would be a hero in the Star Wars Universe. DICE obviously had other ideas. They don’t care about my generation, you know, those who actually grew up with the movies, bought the original figures, pyjamas and light sabres. No, we are the forsaken – to be cast aside for the new generation of CoD players who blaze their trail in pain, unmissable bullets and ‘leet’ ness that we are all meant to praise.
Yeah, okay that doesn’t sound quite as catchy does it – but hey, that is what our valiant heroes in Germany will be calling out as they charge into the hordes, adding their might to the ongoing battle against the dastardly Legion of Shadow.
I have some exciting news to share for DestinyQuest fans and those who may be thinking of giving the series a go. I was recently contacted by Doug Shute of Victory Condition Gaming who had a rather interesting proposition.
They say the best things come to those who wait, and I know the wait has been a long one, but there is now an official release date for the final act of DestinyQuest Infinite.
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.