Project Eternity, the upcoming old school fantasy RPG from developer Obsidian Entertainment, ended its Kickstarter fund raising campaign Tuesday with over $3.9 million in donations.
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Project Eternity, the newly announced fantasy RPG from developer Obsidian Entertainment, launched their Kickstarter campaign Friday and got their $1.1 million goal funded in just over 24 hours.
Obsidian Entertainment is using its main website to launch a teaser campaign that looks to end on Friday with the official reveal of the RPG developer's next game.
THQ has revealed that the RPG based on the South Park TV show has been delayed. Originally set for a fall 2012 release, it's now due out sometime in the first quarter of 2013.
A new listing on the Xbox.com website reveals that the upcoming South Park role-playing game will receive the subtitle The Stick of Truth when it is released later this year.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft has canceled a game that was being made by Obsidian Entertainment that was supposedly being developed for Microsoft's next version of the Xbox game console.
The animated TV series South Park will be the subject of a major RPG game developed by Obsidian Entertainment. THQ will publish the game for the PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles in 2012.
Fallout New Vegas' players have been waiting patiently for news of the promised three final DLC releases for the post-apocalyptic RPG game. Today publisher Bethesda Softworks finally revealed the titles and details of those DLC...