On display at E3 is King's Bounty, a remake of the original with real purty graphics. Both IGN and GameSpot offer a brief preview:http://pc.ign.com/articles/804/804593p1.htmlhttp://e3.gamespot.com/story.html?sid=6174942
Both reviewers betray a mindset at odds with mine (I was going to say "with reality" but your mileage may vary) regarding what constitutes an RPG.
The GameSpot reviewer says: "Like in many turn-based games, the entire area was covered in a honeycomb-like movement grid." Yes, many turn-based wargames
employ this grid, and that's basically what King's Bounty is - Heroes of Might and Magic (or Warhammer), a tactical wargame exercise with a fantasy overlay; no actual story or characters.
But hey, at least it's turn-based. We may be having a turn-based Renaissance!