June 23, 2012
Brian Feulner for The Boston Globe
Curt Schilling was on hand Monday night at a GameStop in Bellingham for the midnight launch of his company's first videogame.
Kevin LaPlante (right) exited the GameStop with a signed copy "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning."
In the fantasy role-playing game, players create personalized characters, then guide them through adventures set in a medieval fantasy world.
The game's play style similar to other popular roleplaying games, such as "World of Warcraft."
Best-selling novelist and Leominster native R.A. Salvatore and renowned comic book artist Todd McFarlane worked on the game.
Reckoning sells for $59.95 and runs on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and personal computers running Windows.
Tom Sharkey put new copies of "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning" on shelves at the Bellingham Game Stop.
R.A. Salvatore (right) and Curt Schilling signed copies of the game at Monday night's midnight launch.