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Obsidian announces new role-playing game The Outer Worlds

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Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Fallout: New Vegas and Pillars of Eternity, have announced their newest project at The Game Awards - The Outer Worlds. Private Division will be publishing the game. Obsidian has teased the announcement earlier this week, but now we finally have a full trailer for the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGLTgt0EEqc The trailer sets off as your player character wakes from cryostasis. You are...

Obsidian Entertainment will reveal a new RPG at The Game Awards

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Obsidian Entertainment is planning to reveal a new RPG during The Game Awards next week. Let's get to speculating. If you go over to obsidian.net, you'll be greeted by one of two pop-ups. Both look very old-timey and ask us to "say tuned for a special message" from either Spacer's Choice or Antie Cloe's. According to the text and countdown at the bottom,...

Microsoft buys Obsidian and inXile, two leading RPG developers

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Microsoft is boosting its ranks with the addition of the two leading indie RPG studios - Obsidian Entertainment and inXile. Obsidian Entertainment is responsible for some great RPG titles such as Fallout: New Vegas, Pillars of Eternity, South Park: The Stick of Truth, and the game that accelerated their climb to the top - the Xbox console exclusive Star Wars: Knights...

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire hits Fig, funded in less than a day

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire, previously known as Project Louisiana, has hit the crowdfunding website Fig, asking for $1.1 million. Guess what? It's already funded after less than a day. Within the first 24 hours of the campaign, Pillars of Eternity 2 was completely funded. With 28 more days to go, its hard to tell exactly how much the final total...

Obsidian teases Project Louisiana, could be Pillars of Eternity 2

Obsidian Entertainment is getting ready to announce a new project. They're calling it Project Louisiana, and it has something to do with green, pipes and grain. We know that because the studio has posted a new image on its website and Twitter account, showing a pipe (and is it an axe?) and a stock of grain in front of a deep...

Tyranny review: It feels good to be bad

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign and Steam Early Access, Tyranny is finally released in all its villainous glory - and after playing through its 30-hour campaign I have to say I am impressed. An “Old School” RPG that will fill those of us who grew up on Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale with nostalgia, Tyranny borrows a lot of mechanics...

Obsidian is launching a new RPG where you’re the bad guy

Obsidian and Paradox Interactive took advantage of GDC 2016 to announce Tyranny, a new RPG title. Tyranny is not going to be your average RPG, where you are the hero and save everyone. This time you play the bad guy in a fantasy world that is still recovering from a massive conflict between good and evil, where evil has triumphed. "You are the judge and executioner...

KOTOR 2 just got a robust update on Steam after ten years

Once upon a time, LucasArts and BioWare released a little old game called Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which then turned into quite possibly one of the greatest Star Wars games in video game history. Then, due to a huge positive reception and demand for more, LucasArts teamed up with Obsidian Entertainment to come up with Knights...

South Park: The Stick of Truth review: Gonna have myself a time

"Going down to South Park, gonna have myself a time." These are the first lines we heard every time we watched a South Park episode in the past 17 years. They also perfectly summarize the show's latest excursion into video game territory - South Park: The Stick of Truth. Because that's what you'll be doing; you will go down...

South Park: The Stick of Truth video shows first 13 minutes of gameplay

South Park: The Stick of Truth has a new gameplay video available for your viewing pleasure. The video shows the first 13 minutes of gameplay in Kupa Keep, and I couldn't really tell you what happens there since I haven't watched it for fear of spoilers. If you don't care about silly things like that, the video is right here...

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