King’s Quest – “Music with Character” Behind The Scenes Trailer

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Sierra Games and The Odd Gentlemen have released the final behind the scenes diary for King’s Quest, going inside the studio to look behind the soundtrack of the new adventure.

King’s Quest: “Music with Character” the final diary in our four-part series, goes inside the studio for a listen at how story sets the tone for King’s Quest’s new soundtrack. For The Odd Gentlemen’s composer David Stanton, scoring a world teeming with as many fantastic creatures and strange personalities as King’s Quest demanded a thematic approach. As an aging King Graham guides players back through the lost tales of his youth, those recurring motifs will be critical to exploring the people and events that shaped his destiny from humble beginnings to heroic nobility.

Recently we provided the full list of the voice cast for the King’s Quest reboot from Activision, Sierra and The Odd Gentlemen, and today we are happy to bring you a behind the scenes trailer, titled “Voicing a Modern Classic”. This incredible diary is the second installment in a four-part series revealing the headlining talent at the heart of bringing King’s Quest™ to life. Talent includes veterans Christopher Lloyd and Wallace Shawn as well as Josh Keaton, Maggie Elizabeth Jones and Zelda Williams. In “Voicing a Modern Classic” find out what they have to say about voicing one of gaming’s most memorable franchises.

Here’s a full list of other voice actors announced for King’s Quest as provided by Sierra:


Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants)
Michael Benyaer (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)
Loretta Devine (Crash)
Gideon Emery (Teen Wolf)
Jean Gilpin (Frozen)
Michael Gough (Batman: Arkham Origins)
Andy Pessoa (Transformers Prime)
Kevin Michael Richardson (The Cleveland Show)
Kath Soucie (Rugrats)
Fred Tatasciore (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble)
Richard White
Michael-Leon Wooley (The Princess and the Frog)

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King’s Quest is a reimagining of the classic games, but retains the great qualities that made the series so memorable

The Odd Gentlemen are the studio bringing back King’s Quest, under the direction of co-founder Matt Korba. The new iteration borrows some old ideas, while at the same time implements some new ones. The game retains the adventure qualities of the classic games, and it relies greatly on exploration and puzzle solving. In King’s Quest, story is of great importance, and player choices have great impact to the outcome and progress of the narrative. It will follow the recent trend, of a five episode arc, without necessarily being strictly constricted to a single narrative.

We will bring you any new information on King’s Quest as soon as it becomes available.

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