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|GamersCentral||Oct 07 '99|
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|IGN PC||Dec 22 '99|
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"The Nothing, an enemy that can take any form and that could thus be anything, anyone, anywhere, anytime has succeeded in obtaining the Auryin, the magical amulet that grants control over Fantasia. Without this amulet, the former possessor Empress childlike is powerless, and since her cohorts seem to be stuck in all day meetings trying to figure out if 'childlike' is her name or just her condition, there's need for some hero, and pretty fast."
"Discreet Monsters expects to release The Real Neverending Story in fall 2000. The game, which will have an estimated playing time of 25 to 50 hours, will debut in both German and English versions, with 13 additional languages dubbed by local distributors. It still remains to be seen, however, if Americans will be able to put aside their memories of the horrific movies and openly embrace this game. If nothing else, The Real Neverending Story will embody Ende's philosophy: Let your imagination be unbounded, and try to realize what you've conceived."
"The Real NeverEnding Story pits the player as the young hero, Asura, who is called to fight against the Nothing and save Fantasia and the Childlike Empress from oblivion. Gamers must beware--friends may really be foes, and saving this fantasy world "where nothing is real and everything is possible" may also mean saving the real world, too. The game will be divided into five key areas: the Howling Forest, the Swamps of Sadness, the Land of Ghosts, the Enigmatic Games of the Southern Oracle and the Childlike Empress' Ivory Tower."