Over the years I had several opportunities to interview the people at Troika Games. The first interview was done for my personal website http://www.sturmwolf.de, the others were done for the “Greyhawk Chronicles” and later the “Troika Chronicles”. The interviews concerning “Temple of Elemental Evil” are still available at http://greyhawk.rpgplanet.gamespy.com/ but are mirrored here for your convenience.

The following Q&As are currently available here:


4 Responses

  1. will there be any follow up/sequal/prequal to the vampire masquerade/bloodlines games? only they were two of the most involving and… well, best games i have played… i think the universe these games have created definately needs, nay, deserves another look into. By the way, was The Fog (the original film) an inspiration?
    kind regards


  2. I don’t know if there will be ever sequels to Bloodlines, but I am sure that they will not be created from Troika, because Troika Games was closed quite a long time ago. Most of its employees including the three founders are now working for other companies. For example Tim Cain works for Carbine Studios and Leon Boyarsky for Blizzard.

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