"It's a matter of when, not if".
"The answer is simply: no."
"They say the path to Hell is paved with good intentions."
Aegon regret that.
UPDATE: Finishes with $4.4m.
I'm not mizzen this.
Obsidian opens up after Armored Warfare contract terminated.
How Obsidian survived.
New trailer released.
Raises the level cap and adds a Story Mode for "faster pace".
Obsidian's Baldur's Gate spiritual successor does the business.
Higher level cap, new abilities, new companions.
UPDATE: Tells us he's "off to pursue new projects".
UPDATE: The campaign is already a success.
About the same size as Baldur's Gate's Tales of the Sword Coast.
"We had a date in mind."
For polish and to "make sure we don't ship a buggy game".
Hope you have pun.
Relax with four soothing minutes of example music.
If Pillars of Eternity isn't up to scratch, Paradox will say.
Developer explains decision.
UPDATE: "Winter 2014" window announced.
Pillars of Eternity, you are really spoiling us.
Feargus Urquhart teases ideas and a spring reveal.
Behold Pillars of Eternity.
New screenshot demonstrates.
Doing multiple hardcore isometric RPGs would make Chris Avellone very happy, "because that was Black Isle".
Obsidian: base building in Aliens: Crucible, canned games and publishers now open to Kickstarter-sized projects
"We would like to do a real-world-style RPG."
South Park: The Stick of Truth out this year.
To Infinity Engine and beyond.
"Putting the water cooler into the game."
Its other codename is Project Tretton apparently.
Plus a look at what Obsidian's been up to.
His friend and PST key person Colin McComb in charge.
Spring 2014 isn't that far away, is it?
UPDATE: Kickstarter ends at just under $4 million.
New stretch goals announced for a stronghold and another big city.
Lots to catch up on as Obsidian enters final fundraising week.
Sounds better by the day.
New reward tiers announced. Purchase three copies for another $60.
"Is the act of sacrificing someone for the greater good a good act in itself?"
It was Torment to be.
Pays homage to Planescape: Torment, Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale.
And a spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment?