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King's Field Developing Tool Revealed

The King's Field series has always been said to be an okay line of rpgs, but not much better than that. I personally never liked any of the titles in the series, as they were slow paced and horribly redundant.

However, From Software is now releasing a program for the PC that will enable anyone with the horsepower to create and run their own King's Field game!

This new title is known as Sword of Moonlight: King's Field Making Tool. The 3-D engine is essentially the same that powered the Playstation incarnations of this series, except now you can modify the game as you see fit.

The requirements to run this title are as follows:

Windows 95/98 with Direct X 6.0
Video card compatible with Direct 3D
Sound card compatible with Direct Sound
Recommended Machine: Pentium 300Mhz with 60MB RAM or more

Look for this title to release around February 2000.

Source: Gaming Age

Date Updated:
October 11th, 1999

Time Updated:
3:31 PM


^Kamui

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