planescape torment

planescape torment

FailBetter Games' Alexis Kennedy is trying to make browser games that don't suck

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A smoggy cityscape. A single lampost cocooned by shadowy tentacles. An introduction that promises the ability to cavort with devils, converse with cats, wrestle tigers and navigate resolutions. A sly greeting, "Welcome, Delicious Friend." The landing page for Fallen London sets the tone for the whole experience. In an...
FailBetter Games' Alexis Kennedy is trying to make browser games that don't suck
The newest Kickstarter record-breaker: Veronica Mars movie hits $1M in 4 hours

InXile sets Kickstarter record with Torment: Tides of Numenera

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When game designer Chris McComb announced last December that he was starting work on a sequel to PC RPG classic Planescape: Torment, we knew interest in the project would be pretty strong. Now that the project has launched on Kickstarter, we've learned that the level of interest was actually...
InXile sets Kickstarter record with Torment: Tides of Numenera

GamesBeat weekly roundup: THQ, GameStick, and Project Shield

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If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed. This week, Nvidia unveiled its new mobile gaming platform Project Shield, the itty-bitty Android console GameStick gets in trouble...
GamesBeat weekly roundup: THQ, GameStick, and Project Shield
Project Eternity's all-star effort to revive the classic PC RPG
Will 'Project Eternity' lead to a golden age of Kickstarter-funded games?

Project Eternity breaks Kickstarter record for game funding

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Game makers hoping to make an impression on Kickstarter have a new high-water mark to shoot for. Obsidian's Project Eternity today set a new fundraising record for gaming software on the popular crowdfunding service, passing $3.5 million with just hours left to go in its campaign. Nearly 68,000 people have...
Project Eternity breaks Kickstarter record for game funding

Quick success for Planescape reboot

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In just six hours a plan to make a sequel to classic video game Planescape: Torment has hit its funding goals on Kickstarter....
Quick success for Planescape reboot
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition review: Flawed, but still classic

Review: Dark Souls brings murderously hard gameplay to the PC

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PC gamers have had it easy for years. Can't shoot straight? Don't worry, there's auto-aim in the options menu. Don't understand what's happening? No sweat, NPCs will explain it all to you in minute detail. Not sure which way to go? Look for the glowing green arrow flashing over...
Review: Dark Souls brings murderously hard gameplay to the PC
Tabletop-inspired 'Torment: Tides of Numenera' breaks Kickstarter record for game funding
More funding will bring Obsidian Entertainment on board for Wasteland sequel development

Planescape: Torment sequel finally in the works

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Fans have been waiting nearly 13 years for an official sequel to Black Isle Studios' Planescape: Torment, the groundbreaking PC RPG that turned many of the genre's conventions on their heads. Now, it seems that sequel is finally set to move forward, with Torment designer Colin McComb once again...
Planescape: Torment sequel finally in the works
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