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In this first episode celebrating 30 years of Revolution, co-founder Tony Warriner and Seoirse go back in time to talk about the objectives of Revolution when it was founded, and they go behind the scenes on all their games as Tony gives some fascinating anecdotes about the making of Lure of the Temptress, Beneath a Steel Sky and of course, the Broken Sword series. Plus he talks about how Revolution survived during the dark ages of the adventure genre, why they made Broken Sword 3 in 3d, what the highest selling Revolution is (the answer may surprise you) and what ever happened to the Broken Sword movie. He also talks about what he’s working on now and what his favourite Revolution game is. So sit back and enjoy this trip down memory lane with one of the greats of the genre!
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