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  • Blog Post: Indie Titans Schafer, Fargo, And Urquhart Create Investment-Based Crowdfunding Platform

    Brian Fargo, Tim Schafer, and Feargus Urquhart have teamed up with Double Fine’s Justin Bailey to create a gaming-focused crowdfunding platform to compete with Kickstarter. The difference is that accredited investors will be able to see a return on their contribution in cash instead of t-shirts... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Arrives In Exactly One Month

    Over two years after a successful Kickstarter campaign that brought in nearly $3 million against a $900,000 goal in April 2012, Brian Fargo’s inXile Entertainment is ready to release Wasteland 2. In typical fashion, Fargo enthusiastically shared the news via Twitter. Wasteland 2 will be arriving... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Early Access Adds Linux Compatibility

    A recent update to Wasteland 2, which is currently available as an early access title , adds Linux compatibility. Along with Linux compatibility, developer inXile Entertainment has also added a huge patch to the beta version of the game, which adds a new large area to Arizona,the new vendor screen, a... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Enters Beta For Backers

    If you were a backer for Wasteland 2's Kickstarter , today is the first time you will be able to get your hands on the game. Backers who donated $55 or more can download the beta and start playing an early version of the game today. Brian Fargo, the mastermind behind Wasteland and its return, makes... More
  • Blog Post: Crowdfunding Campaign Begins For Planescape: Torment's Spiritual Successor

    InXile Entertainment is set to launch a new crowdfunding campaign on March 6 at 6 am PST for a spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment. Torment: Tides of Numenera will need to raise at least $1 million in order to come to fruition, but after receiving over $2.9 million from Kickstarter for Wasteland... More
  • Blog Post: Torment: Tides Of Numenera Website Launches

    The spiritual successor to the acclaimed Planescape: Torment is set in a brand new fantasy/sci-fi game world. Brian Fargo of inXile revealed some time ago that his team had plans to work on a new Torment game. While the Planescape universe is still part of the Dungeons & Dragons fiction, the Torment... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Recruits Planescape: Torment And Fallout 2 Veteran

    Colin McComb, who has a long history in the world of video games working on titles like Planescape: Torment and Fallout 2, has been confirmed to be involved with the Wasteland 2. The news comes from Wasteland 2's Brian Fargo's Twitter where he simply stated, "Very pleased to announce Colin... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Features Original Game

    InXile Entertainment is putting all that extra Kickstarter money to good use, packaging the original 1987 Wasteland game in with the upcoming sequel. "The #1 request we had during our Kickstarter campaign was to have the ability to play the first game. Fortunately EA has continued to support us... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Kickstarter Ends With Nearly $3M In Funding

    Game developers continue to find success with crowd-funded titles through Kickstarter. Brian Fargo and inXile Entertainment received nearly $3 million in funding for Wasteland 2. The pledge time for the project ended earlier this morning with a total of $2,933,252, more than triple of the original asking... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Already Funded

    In two days, the Wasteland sequel Kickstarter project has already reached its goal. The project currently sits at $1,170,326. The original goal was $900,000. "We are funded and Wasteland 2 is a reality. A dream that began more than 20 years ago has actually come true," inXile said. "After... More
  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Project Gets Kickstarted

    Taking a cue from Double Fine's Tim Schafer, InXile Entertainment's Brian Fargo now wants to create a Wasteland sequel. Fargo mentioned the idea last month and is now heading the team for the game. Two of the original game's designers, Alan Pavlish and Mike Stackpole, are also back. The soundtrack... More
  • Blog Post: Brian Fargo Wants To Bring Back Wasteland Via Crowd Funding

    With Double Fine proving that going directly to fans to help fund game development can be more successful than previously thought, other developers are sure to follow suit and test out this new model. Brian Fargo, one of the brains behind some of the finest PC RPGs of the '80s, may be one of the... More
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