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Project Eternityin progress

Added byMysterD's avatarMysterD

Obsidian Entertainment's upcoming RPG with a traditional medieval-fantasy setting; isometric camera; party-based; tactical combat; & real-time combat with pause. Think in the style of the old Infinity Engine RPG's like Planescape: Torment; BioWare's Baldur's Gate series; and BIS's Icewind Dale series. More info on their Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/obsidian/project-eternity

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VanishedOne
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Now officially named Pillars of Eternity. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKoDTzea79Y

Dec. 10, 2013
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auroraparadox
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I'll certainly purchase this when it arrives on GOG.

Nov. 26, 2013
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BlueKronos
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[quote]TheEnigmaticTGOG -Also with the note that "it will be a while." [/quote]
Well I guess that's one definition of eternity! Here's hoping it won't be quite that long.

Sep. 28, 2013
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jalister
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Please release the Linux version here.

Jul. 18, 2013
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Theoclymenus
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The more "old school" the better in my opinion. Can't get enough of this kind of game personally. Very excited about this.

May. 16, 2013
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DarthBad
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Hurray... another generic heroic fantasy RPG. Sure aren't enough of those already. Oh and look, it's "Auld skewl" which automatically means it's going to rule...

Apr. 26, 2013
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TheEnigmaticTGOG
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Also with the note that "it will be a while."

Apr. 18, 2013
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Shiny-skull
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Me want, me want, me want!

Feb. 27, 2013
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Niggles
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*cross fingers* that it really comes true :)

Nov. 24, 2012
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Phaidox
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@ 0belisk Either some people didn't get the memo... or they're voting for the lulz at this point. ;)

Nov. 3, 2012
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0belisk
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It'll be already on GoG, why are you still voting?

Nov. 2, 2012
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KeyperOS
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Guys, Obsidian themselves said that the Digital Download version of the game will be available from Steam and GoG. I think that's as official as it can be at this stage, so very early in the pre-development/planning stage of the game.

Oct. 28, 2012
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thainej6
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I was sold on PE as soon as I saw that former Black Isle devs were working on it. Being able to get it via GOG was just icing on the cake.

Oct. 26, 2012
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Bluedreams
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Gog is available for digital distribution of Project Eternity, they confirmed it. I bought the phisical copy and they will also send me a digital one to gog.com

Oct. 25, 2012
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Decaybringer
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I'd really like to give them money for this game, it will be awsome, no doubt. It would be really nice to receive the digital copy of the game mentioned there at my GOG account. Anyone knows if there is something planned for the games digital distribution?

Oct. 22, 2012
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nate1222
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Trimaj has a good point. Devs often have to borrow funds from their publishers just to finish a project. 7th gen (PS3/260) gaming consoles have really imposed this due to their astronomical dev costs. The publishers often use that debt leverage to strong arm the devs into comprises that they initially didn't want to make. The devs often don't speak up about it for fear of losing funding for future projects.

Oct. 21, 2012
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nate1222
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I think Project Eternity IS coming to GOG. Regardless, I'm throwing my vote in here just to drive the point home.

Oct. 21, 2012
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photoleia
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The kickstarter was pretty unclear. Thos who were able to back it got the option of a GOG copy, but there was never any clarity as to whether the game would be available on GOG (and not just Steam) post release. I unfortunately was unable to back the game, but I would purchase the title in a heartbeat if it appeared here.

Oct. 19, 2012
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Crusader_bin
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I don't understand why so much hate? I can't ever complain about Obsidian, I loved KOTOR 2 as well, I believe the way the choose to create the game focuses more on the story itself, since the backgrounds are 2D with animations (although built in unity and painted to enchance - a perfect solution for Infinity Lovers). A lot of us would pay even if it was on the old Infinity engine, we just want Baldurs Gate, Planscape or Icewind Dale one more time, that's it. And we are NOT paying for the game we will have to buy again, we bought it. Call it a pre-order with a lot of trust. Invenstment into our own hapinness. And If it would gain support not only from Steam but GoG as well? Perfect! And Obsidian now is free from any chains, plus they really will try hard, as now there is their reputation at stake! Failure would mean great shame to them, sucess would make them big in the eyes of players and big game companies that might want to hire them or even be convinced to invest into the dead genre again.

Oct. 17, 2012
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mkess
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As far as I am concerned Will never ever buy again a product from obsidian untested. They have to PROVE to me first , that they are able to make a game without Mainstory,- and gamebreaking bugs. Fallout New Vegas is unplayable for someone, who tries to solve most of the quest. It has save games crashes, that ruin your savegame, hours after the error occured! A real charmer, if you look at the bugs. Even the latest patch has the critical bugs included. KOTOR 2 is a piece of shit, if you look at the rushed ending. It's great the first hours, but that's nothing for a roleplayer, who played it to the bitter end. And now, if I read "Obsidian" made this game, I just put the game back in the shelf. They never finished a single game in the last 10 years! I know, that is mostly the fault of the publishers, but they did not LEARN from this mistake! So, if obsidian is involved in this game, I will not buy it without testing it first. I am very angry about Fallout New Vegas.

Oct. 16, 2012
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Trimaj
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@ fred try getting your facts straight. a lot of the time the games they make get rushed by the publishers, who are also doing the quality assurance (i.e. bug checking). obsidian hasn't been allowed to do the bug testing for their games pretty much ever, which is why they get released buggy. the publishers figure they can just fix it later, which costs obsidian money not the publisher. KOTORII is a great example of this. lucasarts told them to release it even though the game wasn't done. had to have a christmas release, despite the fact that obsidian had said repeatedly that they needed three more months. is all of it on the publisher? no. but a large amount is. also, you get a copy of the game for backing it so we're not going to have to buy it twice if you back it. seriously, where's the logic in that? have you even read anything on the kickstarter page? stop trolling.

Oct. 16, 2012
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berrrnard
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FredJokamotraye: so angry. They can't fund an old school RPG like this through a traditional publisher.

Oct. 16, 2012
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FredJokamotraye
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Uhh...Obsidian has worked with AAA developers. They need the fans money now? Maybe it's because they NEVER FINISH THEIR GAMES! This will be a half-assed, broken product I can assure you, because Obsidian has never made a single solitary effort to actually finishing a game ever. By the way, watch when people complain about the controls not working half the time and then having Obsidian blame YOU for funding the project, like they have every time. I'd rather propose a kickstarter to buying the needed licenses for...I don't know...GOOD OLD GAMES as opposed to a new one. Or how about a kickstarter getting more rail shooters on gog, or to have them support accessories for gaming like mouses, keyboards, gamepads, light guns, arcade fighting pads, flight sticks, steering wheels, etc. Not spreading hate, but some truthful words and alternatives to a bad idea. By the way, Obsidian entertainment HAS ENOUGH MONEY TO FUND THIS PROJECT! YOU ARE LITERALLY PAYING FOR A PRODUCT YOU HAVE TO BUY LATER! LOGIC, COME ON!

Oct. 16, 2012
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NinjaCoopa
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One day left for Project Eternity on Kickstarter! Show your support if you haven't done so already!

Oct. 15, 2012
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yukimoda
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please post a link or something on the front page about PE

Oct. 10, 2012
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diablo169
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GOG please put the kickstarter link on your frontpage for the last few days.

Oct. 5, 2012
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leeho730
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Well I pledged. Obsidian Entertainment is one of my fav developer.

Sep. 28, 2012
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Woolworm
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AWESOME!

Sep. 25, 2012
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Tenobaal
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Thanks gog.com, let the DRM-free revolution go on!

Sep. 23, 2012
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Skunk
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I just redeemed my key for FTL: Faster Than Light last week. I am very pleased that I will be doing the very same a few months down the line for Project Eternity. ;) I wasn't sure if I was going to pay $20+ for a game with DRM. I wanted to show interest out of good faith, but contemplated removing my pledge near the end if they stayed silent on the matter. Now my pledge amount has increased and it's staying there. It's too early to say, but with 25 days left and about half a million left to go, I'm optimistic that we'll see them reach the Linux goal. It sucks to see the Linux goal on several Kickstarters is always so much higher than the Macintosh goal, but I guess Linux development must be that much of a pain in the ass. >_>

Sep. 20, 2012
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Trimaj
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awesome that this got added. definitely looking forward to having it on here.

Sep. 19, 2012
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gkoczyk
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Kudos to both GOG and Obsidian !

Sep. 19, 2012
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bofferbrauer
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There's only one thing I have to say to this Kickstarter Project anymore: SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!

Sep. 19, 2012
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MightyRoo
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YES!

Sep. 19, 2012
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japol
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Hope this helps GOG too. It blows my mind however why people would choose to download a game from STEAM when it is available here.Okay,maybe the updates but still...

Sep. 19, 2012
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Jozape
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Thanks for hearing us out GOG!

Sep. 19, 2012
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LordCrash
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We did it! Amazing! Thanks, gog.com and Obsidian!

Sep. 19, 2012
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Dragoon001
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We did it! Project Eternity will be on Gog.com. Suck it to all this naysayers.

Sep. 19, 2012
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jalister
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It's done. PE is coming to GOG. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/obsidian/project-eternity/posts/311594

Sep. 19, 2012
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IndustrialScribe
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This needs to be on GOG so I can use it as my Digital Reward choice. Get on the phone & make it happen :)

Sep. 19, 2012
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M4xw0lf
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Kickstarter projects and gog.com are a natural match!

Sep. 19, 2012
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tai
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Come on devs! GOG is a great DRM-free option and most people interested in backing the project have most of the old games you`ve worked on here.

Sep. 19, 2012
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Hammer_Of_God_
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We need this game on GOG! Fits right in here perfectly anyway.

Sep. 18, 2012
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Akumasama
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GOG is the best, f*ck that other one that starts with an S and ends with an m. This game needs to be on GOG please!

Sep. 18, 2012
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utdghost
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I love all DRM free games.

Sep. 18, 2012
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RuAgurl
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OMG 666 VOTER. Seriously though this needs to be on GOG.

Sep. 17, 2012
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jalister
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Faenrir - I don't think the goal of PE on the wishlist is to get it listed on GOG now. It's to encourage Obsidian and GOG to collaborate now so that maybe a deal can be struck during the Kickstarter, so it can be an added incentive for people to back it. The game does not need to be listed here until much later, since this is primarily for backers right now. Carmaggedon Reincarnation did something similar, and backers of that Kickstarter will be getting the original Carmageddon here. Hopefully that helps explain why so many are voting for PE on GOG now.

Sep. 17, 2012
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pl1982
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No brainer, fits in perfectly with the rest of your IE games. Make it happen GOG, please correspond with Obsidian about this; I don't want to get this on Steam; I want it on GOG DRM free as a collaboration between you and Obsidian as an option for the Kickstarter backers and eventually for all once it is released.

Sep. 17, 2012
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Sslaxx
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My last game purchase (Resonance) allows me to have GOG and Steam keys, so this option for Project Eternity would definitely be welcome.

Sep. 17, 2012
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Faenrir
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It's already on kickstarter...I could understand it being added like 2 or 3 weeks before it's released as a pre-order but not before that.

Sep. 17, 2012
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