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  • Blog Post: Los Angeles Is A Real Wasteland

    Players from 181 countries have put nearly 50 years worth of time into Wasteland's beta. The final game won't take players quite that long, but could clock in around 50 hours. Here's an early look at Los Angeles, the setting for the second half of the game. InXile's Kickstarter-funded... More
  • Blog Post: The Kickstarted Wasteland 2's Expanded Scope Causes Delay

    Wasteland 2 is getting a small delay, but developer inXile entertainment is quick to assure backers and Wasteland fans that the game is on track. In an update on the game's Kickstarter page, Wasteland's mastermind Brian Fargo assured fans that the game continues to be well-funded, but that a... More
  • Blog Post: Deep Silver Enters inXile's Wasteland 2 To Assist With Distribution

    Wasteland 2 was one of the first mega-successes of the Kickstarter boom, and a new announcement today puts the title one step closer to release . This morning, inXile announced that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Saints Row IV publisher Deep Silver. The arrangement is similar to EA's... More
  • Blog Post: Torment: Tides Of Numenera May Add Patrick Rothfuss As Writer

    A stretch goal for the RPG kickstarter presents the chance that the acclaimed fantasy writer may join the team. Fantasy novel lovers need no introduction to Patrick Rothruss. His Kingkiller Chronicles books are two of the most praised and well-loved entries in the genre from the last decade. If you’re... More
  • Blog Post: Kickstarter For Torment: Tides Of Numenera Launched And Funded

    Update : Developer inXile has reached its Kickstarter goal of $900,000 just hours after posting the project to the site. Interested gamers can still back the project, but must act quickly as many of the limited pledge tiers are running out. Those interested in tiers without limited numbers have 30 days... 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 Gets Its First Gameplay Footage

    The Kickstarted Wasteland 2 is coming along, and inXile Entertainment has released the first bit of gameplay footage for the game. You can check out the video below, which is narrated by development director Chris Keenan. The gameplay begins around the 2:35 mark, and it goes on for quite awhile giving... More
  • Blog Post: First Wasteland 2 Concept Art Revealed

    InXile Entertainment has released the first piece of concept art for its crowd-funded sequel to the original post-apocalypse computer RPG, Wasteland. The developer posted the image on its Kickstarter page , which is currently at $2.2 million in donations, more than twice its original goal. That extra... 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
  • Blog Post: Evil Is Unleashed In New Hunted Trailer

    Aside from the recently announced release date, Bethesda and inXile have been quiet about their upcoming dark fantasy dungeon crawl, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge. It’s been nearly a year since we last had our hands on the title, and we’re eager for another peek at protagonists Caddoc and... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Goes On A Release-Dating Rampage

    It looks as though the time to play coy is over. No more talk of "When it's done." Say goodbye to the simple "2011" blowoff. No, if you've been looking forward to Brink and Hunted, you can now march over to your calendar armed with proper release dates. Bethesda has revealed... More
  • Blog Post: New Hunted: The Demon's Forge Screens Are Grim

    These QuakeCon screens are dark, musty-looking, and spooky. That's probably what inXile was aiming for, what with Hunted: The Demon's Forge being a dungeon crawler. Check out the gallery below for a terrifying glimpse of what's to come. More
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