Brandon Sandersons Mistborn coming to gaming life from Orbit

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Some really exciting news for any fans of the Fantasy genre in general and a real treat, as Little Orbit have announced they will be bringing the well respected and award winning author Brandon Sandersons epic fantasy Mistborn to gaming life in 2013 for XBox 360, PS3 and PC/MAC formats. The Mistborn World is one of ash, mist and dark gothic fantasy creations who are all under the rule of the immortal Lord Ruler. The individuals follow a unique and powerful rule based magic system known as Allomancy that allows them to temporarily increase mental and physical abilities by ingesting and burning metal flakes. The Mistings can only ingest one metal while the Mistborn are capable of devouring and utilising multiple metal components.

The upcoming RPG is a completely new and original storyline set hundereds of years before the Mistborn saga and will have a large focus on the unique combat system that melds Allomancy into the hands of gamers. Players take on the role of Fendin Fiddle Fathvell, an arrogant young man who must learn the art of Allomancy as quickly as possible to engage and beat the evil forces trying to destroy his family. “I’m a huge fan of the series, and I cannot wait to get this into the hands of gamers,” said Matthew Scott, CEO of Little Orbit.  “Between the distinctive magic system, the story twists Brandon has planned for the game, and the rich depth of character skills, we’re creating something very unique for players to enjoy.”

Brandon Sanderson has an inspirational work ethic, and is no stranger to the video game industry having recently finished the story development for Infinity Blade 2 as well as the accompanying novella. Additionally, in between working on his own projects in the form of Mistborn and the Stormlight novels, he was chosen by Robert Jordans wife to complete the Wheel of Time series after Jordan passed away before completing the saga.

“I’m a huge fan of the series, and I cannot wait to get this into the hands of gamers,” said Matthew Scott, CEO of Little Orbit.  “Between the distinctive magic system, the story twists Brandon has planned for the game, and the rich depth of character skills, we’re creating something very unique for players to enjoy.” Also in the works is a motion picture.

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