MoW Thieves Guild Interview
Wednesday, 30 April 2008 16:00

Thieves Guild has posted an interview that covers MoW’s new features, especially the new sewer tileset and how it was designed by Brian Dunn, one of Ossian’s artists. To go along with the interview are 13 exclusive screenshots of the new tileset!

WarCry Interview with Alan Miranda
Monday, 14 April 2008 16:00

The WarCry Network has an interview up with Alan Miranda, talking about Ossian Studios’ background, game philosophies, the team behind Mysteries of Westgate, and much more. You can find it here.

MoW in PC Gamer!
Saturday, 05 April 2008 16:00

PC Gamer’s RPG editor, Desslock, has written an editorial about Mysteries of Westgate in this month’s issue (May ’08). In it, he calls MoW "a real gem" and a "top-notch" game. From an RPG veteran like Desslock, this is fantastic for us to hear! :) Here is an excerpt from his article:

"Enemies seem to act less scatterbrained, courtesy of more effective customized AI scripts. The three new companions are all complex and somewhat broken or malleable individuals, such as Mantides the fallen Paladin whose lust for violent retribution caused him to lose his faith. There are only a handful of new monsters, but they’re all memorable, and there’s nary a bland or tedious encounter. Ossian tags the campaign at 15 hours long, but it took me around 20, and its competing factions and the conflicting choices you’ll have to wrestle with make it worthy of at least one additional playthrough."

Pick up an issue of May’s PC Gamer to read the full article!

MoW Games for Windows Review
Saturday, 22 March 2008 16:00

Games for Windows has reviewed Mysteries of Westgate in their April/May issue and had some great things to say about it!

"Mysteries of Westgate is as worthy of attention as Obsidian’s great Mask of the Betrayer expansion from last year. It’s no big surprise, as it was made by Ossian Studios (helmed by a former BioWare producer), who made the acclaimed Darkness Over Daggerford mod for NWN1 in 2006. Ossian delivers again with a great-looking and engaging 10-to-15-hour (depending on side quests) RPG that any D&D dork should feel right at home with. Well worth the $10 download."

Mysteries of Westgate Intro Movie
Sunday, 09 March 2008 16:00

The intro movie for Mysteries of Westgate has been released on IGN! At almost 2 minutes in length, the movie tells the background story of the cursed mask and introduces players to some of the sights of the city of Westgate, with its inviting clutches...

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