Torment: Tides of Numenera

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    1. Jeremy Turnley on

      Way to go, inXile! It's time for us to show the EAs of the world that not only do they not understand the games people are willing to pay to see, but that they don't need to charge $60, censor "mature" content from titles, and have draconic on-line only DRM to make money creating and selling games. With any luck, in 5 years ALL major titles will be decided upon and funded by the masses, and the UbiSofts and EAs of the world will be stuck trying to make ends meet with their sports franchises - nothing would make this old gamer happier.

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      mfagerstrom on

      You guys deserve it, congrats. I've been very happy with your updates and progress on Wasteland 2 and I was glad to do my part to help keep an RPG-making studio churning, even though I had never played the original Torment game.

      Keep up the good work and the community will keep supporting you. :)

    3. T.J. Brumfield on

      I do think it is odd that people say $60 is too much for a game in 2013 while people are complaining the $95 tier is sold out.

      NES games (and many computer games) back in 1985 were $50. Inflation adjusted, that is over $100 today. We actually pay less for games today, where as game budgets have gone through the roof. That is why so many developers keep going out of business.

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      Jerry Ozbun

      So satisfied to see that this funding model remains relevant. Keep making games and better yet - keep plugging games from other Indie Developers. If I can continue to back 3 indies for the cost of am single Big House Publisher title I will back every indie you send me that piques my interest!

    5. Didier Delhaye on

      You’ve got to be freaking kidding me!! Another epic masterpiece based on a previous epic masterpiece ? Another epic masterpiece on Linux ?? Another epic masterpiece with no DRM ??? Another epic masterpiece in 2014 ???? I'm glad the end of the world has been postponed. Great video by the way. Waiting the stretch goals...

    6. Darth Trethon - Exile in Torment on

      You guys promise what the game industry no longer shows hope for.....amazing and thought provoking games. I cannot express how happy it makes me to support projects like this. I am sitting at a $125 pledge for now but I am looking at add-ons and perhaps upgrading to higher tiers.

    7. John ♡ Zoë ♡ April ♡ Dreamfall traveller on

      Congratulations at everybody here! Almost a million now.

    8. T.J. Brumfield on

      Stretch Goal 2 - Instead of a floating skull, Torment will feature a floating disembodied "Chris Avellone thumb".

    9. Jinx on

      Keep making new projects, and we'll keep throwing our money at you, Mr. Fargo <3

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      SfC on

      I grew up on these games. I missed them. There is just something undefinably right in being able to imerse yourself in a world (and a story) at your own pace, without having to worry about online bustle, and without having to worry about missing something because you weren't online at 4 AM.

    11. Erik Grape ⊂ Orders aplenty on

      Congrats! Blew my mind as well.

    12. James Hall on

      We trust you so much with our money... so you better make the best fucking rpg there ever was!

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      Kirsten F. on

      Congratulations, it'd be awesome to play a new RPG as captivating as Plancescape:Torment :)

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      Nathan Black on

      Congratulations. Looking forward to watching the progress! Hurrah for Kickstarter for making these things actually possible in this day and age.

    15. T.J. Brumfield on

      Stretch Goal 3 - Red boots DLC for Avellone's thumb

    16. W Henry on

      In the span it took me to read the comments below you raised another 7k - utterly amazing! To know that games like Wasteland 2 and now Planescape are coming back - it's just the highlight of my day! Congrats inXile!!

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      Søren Johnsen on

      Who want's to be a millionaire? You guys.

    18. Berto Martin on

      Here I thought Wasteland 2 would be the most exciting video game news of the year!

    19. Nicolas Brassard on

      You just keep making'em and I'll keep pledging! :-)

    20. Mihail A.

      Amazing! Congrats!

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      emtione on

      1 mio :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

    22. Randy Snow on

      Red Boots DLC please!

    23. Riggo on

      Seeya OUYA!!!

      $1,000,000 in 6h 50m!!! New kickstarter record!!!

      Next up:
      $2,589,687.77 in the 1st 24 hours, also OUYA.

    24. SteelEye on

      That's what you get BRIAN! That's what you get! :) I will continue to support these projects as they hit home with games I was always left with wanting more. THANKS!!!

    25. Gophersaurus

      Boom, there it is. Multiple tiers sold out and $1 million made from over 19k backers in less than half a day. This is going to be bigger than huge.

    26. hachre on

      And on top of it all, thanks to us you don't have to have _those_ conversations anymore :D

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      JediaKyrol on about them stretch goals?

    28. Vlad on

      I will reinstall and play PS:T tonight to celebrate.

      See what happens when you give people what they want?
      Relentless dedication. You are quickly elevating yourselves to god-tier game studio (where fans are concerned).

      lets just hope these games arent plagued by bugs, like Troika's efforts.

    29. Steve Onotsky on

      Want to know what this says to me?

      That traditional publishers don't know what gamers really want. We just haven't been given the alternatives we really want, until now.

      WTG inXile!

    30. Brian Aldana on

      Publisher Kid cameo in game please. He is hilarious.

    31. Stevan on

      No inXile, thank you.

      There was no hesitation for me nor need for your well worded explanation on why this was starting with Wasteland 2 still in production. You guys have been transparent as glass and obviously working hard on making Wasteland 2. The updates have been relevant, frequent, straight forward, honest, and insightful. It's obvious this isn't just about money, you guys really love making good games. It's obvious to all of us backers, and that creates a trust for you guys. If only other developers, or even other groups took this approach, the world would be a better place.

      Looking forward to getting double updates now =D

    32. Redscare on

      You keep putting up awesome projects. We'll keep funding you, don't you worry about that.

    33. Eric Campbell on

      Woot!!! Congratulations. Planescape: Torment had some of the most memorable characters and stories of any RPG to date. So excited to see what this new iteration brings! ~ Dalmarus

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      Noceur on

      This campaign is off to a pretty good start, I'd say.

    35. The Evolutionary on

      Oh, you did say PC, Mac AND Linux. Thank you!! At least I'll be able to enjoy a great story on the platform that love to do everything on...the only thing I didn't do on it was play RPG stuff (Wine works on older MS apps but spotty at times). Now I can play one of the best RPG games to come on the best, most flexible/customizable/stable Desktop platform OS architecture there is. Thank you again!! (And the Unity people..finally) I'll keep supporting your projects as I've loved them ALL.

    36. Tina Ng on

      inXile are humble people. They wouldn't have expected to come up with stretch goals within 6 hours of the pledge.

    37. Aargh on

      Congrats on getting funded, guys. Now get to work!

      I kid. Go celebrate.

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      Eat_the_Path on

      The people who love these kinds of games never disappears. What changed was the publishers who sunk their teeth in and drained the life out of everything good in the video game world.

      Death to publishers like EA and Activision Blizzard.

    39. Hengst 2404

      EVen I have to give it up to you guys. You weren't even half way there when I pledged, and I am amazed. I knew you would get there, but today? Nothing but props. Propose another quality title and I will pledge again. This may just be the new model for so-called "niche" titles.

    40. David on

      One million dollars! Congratulations!

    41. bloodraven43 tormented Weresheep on

      this game is going to be freaking amazing...cant wait...I second that...death to the publishers and there freaking drm and protection crap and crappy running games that are still in beta at release...kickstarter is the shit.....woohoo

    42. Dren Sokic on

      For me the dealbreaker is how well you've communicated with us every step off the way. The way you treat your paying customers and fans deserves this kind of success.

    43. The Evolutionary on

      Haven't touched an EA product since Dragon Age when I caught them slipping an unmentioned service on my WIndows Box, analyzed it, found it to be dangerously close to a DRM they promised not include, and that was just before the online-only DRM was introduced later. Swore I'd never purchase another EA game again. (and I haven't. Was informed Mass Effect 3 DRM actually scans your files (WT???)) Am really looking forward to the rise of crowd-funded RPG and the demise of EA (it will take years before they die a slow painful death..Ubisoft will take almost as long)

    44. Cosak on

      Congratulations to you and your team, Mister Fargo!! :o)
      You totally deserve our pledges for your two amazing (and long awaited) games!! Can't wait to read the newt stretch goals!!

    45. Captain Shrek on

      Congratulations guys!

      The heartiest Kinds!!!

      I am on the lowest tier of backing and believe you me! It breaks my heart into pieces that I can't throw the money into the screen. But poor as I am, I can only help spread The Word.
      But now since you made this incredible stride so fast, I guess we deserve to know what gameplay mechanics you are planning with it.
      cRPGs have been plagued by the specter of RTwP and Wasteland 2 has poured a solid (liguid?) life-blood of fresh start into the oft-considered “dying breed” of Turn based RP games. It would do my soul and those of many other incredible amounts of good to see the tradition continued and more similar games brought to our computers. I *know*, I *know*, P:ST was Real Time. But as I see it that was compromising the base gaming mechanics it was designed to work around anyway. Now that you have the support of your fans, I believe the time has come to reinforce the idea that: YES Turn Based games are the optimal way to play certain kinds of games and T:ToN will be their herald.

    46. Jessica Carpenter on

      Congratulations! Thanks for a nerd christmas! ^_^

    47. frederic tarabout on

      Its amazing to see the beloved developpers of our childhood still have the burning passion in them. Thanks to you guys and to Kickstarter for giving us hope for great AAA quality games again :)

      In 6 hours ftw !!!

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      Chris Medley on

      Way to go guys! Can't wait to get my hands on this and W2!!!

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      Damir Ajdukovic on

      I couldn't click fast enough to support this.