Neoseeker : News : Torment: Tides of Numenera arrives on Kickstarter with $900,000 goal
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Darknet Mar 6, 13
It's the rise of old school RPGs. Shadowrun Returns, Wasteland 2, Project Eternity, and now Torment: Tides of Numener. Going back in time, bitches.

It just goes to show that big publishers don't know what the hell people want sometimes.

Edit: It's about already funded lol. On to the stretch goals!
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cromagdude Mar 6, 13
It was just funded. In six hours. o_0
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Yay4sean Mar 6, 13
I'm actually quite surprised by how fast this is going compared to how fast TLJ3 went.

According to kicktraq, it's trending towards 3100%, though we all know that initial trends don't mean all that much, it's still quite impressive. Quite excited for PC gaming in 2014, all sorts of good games from people who don't add stupid DRM to everything (aka EA, Ubisoft, etc)
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Shadow of Death Mar 6, 13
It's great that this got funded and all (I decided to back it), but I'm disappointed that Project Awakened didn't get funded and TBH, I wanted that more.
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Hell Fire Mar 6, 13
Huge (and recent) fan of Planescape Torment (hence the avatar). This excites me so much.
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harhis23 Apr 8, 13
I am one of the people who have been following the development of this game and it seems to me like its future is brighter now that inXile Entertainment has enough funds. Was searching for updates just now and I read this blog suggesting Torment: Tides of Numenera just became the most funded video game on Kickstarter.

Well, it actually second in Games category after Ouya, but having attracted 74,405 backers who pledged $4,188,927, you can almost predict how successful the game would end. Now, it's up for the developers to meet expectations of the people not only for those who pledged but also for fans of Planescape: Torment who probably want to see how good this game would be.
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