|A lengthy three-part interview with David Bowman from Artifact Entertainment can be found at GamersInfo.net. Conducted by Ophelea, the conversation covers the industry and Horizons' future:|
GI.n: Another problem, you're client is huge. Truthfully, finding the game in a store is not so easy. You can download it online for free and most people will want it for free, however you're not going to get a dial-up consumer to download the client - particularly one from last June - and then patch, because it takes days to get the complete client. How are you working to make it more available to the dial-up consumer?
Read them here: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.
David Bowman: We're talking right now with a number of publishers to see who is interested in reintroducing the product as an anniversary edition into the retail channel with all of the upgrades and we'll be adding some new content special for that. I'll let the publisher determine the retail price; however it will not be at $49.95. We know we're not going to get a lot of new customers, especially dial-up, with the download method. Our goal is to put this back into the retail channel with a nice boxed set, remastered.