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Curt Schilling is about to release a video game.

Curt Schilling's video game development company 38 Studios is about to release their first game published by EA.

 

Curt talking about the game (Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning) and his love of gaming:

The first information and trailer of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was revealed at Comic Con at a panel made up of Curt Schilling, the President & CEO of 38 Studios, R.A. Salvatore, Ken Rolston and Todd McFarlane. Curt started off by telling a couple of stories, describing himself as a hard-cord gamer. “I’d be looking at the time and thinking that if this inning ended by eleven, I’d be able to still get in the raid at 12:30,” he said, telling us that in his last three contracts before he retired from baseball, that he had high-speed internet access written in so he could play still play EverQuest while on the road.

 

The members of the panel reminded the audience that the trailer was directed by Todd McFarlane, and the passion every member had for the game being developed was clear to the audience. Curt knew who he wanted on his team and went forward to do it. He’d known Todd for over ten years, but he made a cold call to R.A. Salvatore and it turned out that both men were big fans of each other. They reminisced on how they spent the first fifteen minutes of their conversation saying to each other “Oh my God, I can’t believe it’s you!”

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