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Baldur’s Gate

  1. Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Pulled From Sale While Publishers And Developers Duke It Out

    Well, guess we'll have to wait and see where the pieces fall in the end.

    The Enhanced Edition of the classic RPG Baldur's Gate has been removed from digital shelves at the Apple App Store and on the website of its developer, Beamdog. According to Beamdog's president Trent Oster, the game has been taken down "at our publishing partner's request as we attempt to resolve a number of contractual issues," the details of which they are legally prohibited from discussing. The legal dispute will prevent the release of the Android version, which has been expected for months, and a major patch for the game, and will send the Enhanced Edition of Baldur's Gate II plummeting into development hell. Excuse me, development Baator.

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  2. That Was Fast: Obsidian’s Project Eternity Kickstarter Already Reached $1.1 Million Goal

    Remember when we told you that Obsidian, the developers behind Baldur's Gate and the Fallout series, were raising money on Kickstarter for a new RPG made in the same isometric style as their most popular PC games from the '9os? Remember how they wanted to raise $1.1 million to "do this right"? Well guess what? They already did it! The Project Eternity kickstarter reached its goal in approximately 27 hours. I guess some people really liked Icewind Dale, huh?

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  3. Dungeons & Dragons Finally Gives Up On Steampunk, Doubles Down on High Fantasy


    Wizards of the Coast has announced the setting of its newest Dungeons & Dragons living campaign series, which, for those of you don't know, allows thousands of gamers to participate in related tabletop events at gaming stores across the country. Is it set in Greyhawk, the original D&D setting from 1980? Or Eberron, the quasi-steampunk setting of questionable necessity?

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