Brian Fargo shows us how he’s spending his money for Wasteland 2 and Torment: Tides of Numenera.
After a successful Kickstarter, developer InXile is partnering with Deep Silver to get Wasteland 2 to gamers.
Publicity from a flap with the E3 show organizers helped Ouya get noticed.
Sony’s one-two punch at E3 means Microsoft will have to change its ways.
To make better games, we need to lessen the importance we place on budget size.
Tides of Numenera has a few hours left to accept contributions from gamers.
Torment gets Patrick Rothfuss if the crowdfunding campaign reaches $3.25 million.
Developer InXile opened up the crowdfunding campaign for its new Torment earlier today.
Brian Fargo is raising more Kickstarter money to revive a beloved role-playing franchise, even before he finishes his last crowdfunded title.
Torment: Tides of Numenera’s new website invites fans to join and offer input on its upcoming crowdfunding campaign.
Last year’s $1 million-plus video game Kickstarters share common reasons for their success. Plus, the developers share their campaign tips for 2013.
Gas Powered Games founder Chris Taylor seeks to raise $1.1 million from fans for his new project.
We confirmed the existence of a Torment followup in December. Now the developers are finally talking details.
Big failures and surprise successes marked 2012 for the games industry.
No license? No problem. Colin McComb is excited about his new setting for the Planescape: Torment followup.
The classic PC role-playing game is finally getting a modern successor.
We’ve heard of developers hiring economists and military consultants for their games before, so why not scientists, too?
Rumors are swirling around that cloud-gaming company/platform OnLive is closing its doors. But OnLive says otherwise…
Ouya has raised nearly $8.6M in support of its free-to-play, Android-based console.
Brian Fargo’s Wasteland franchise moves forward with the release of an early screenshot from the upcoming Wasteland 2.
Developers are learning that they can go to their fans, not merely the big publishers, to obtain funding for their games.
By taking advantage of EA’s generosity, crowd-funded games will have a chance to reach Origin’s growing audience of more than 12 million users worldwide.
We’re pleased to announce that we’ll have a panel on crowdfunding, one of the biggest changes to the funding of video game production that we’ve seen in a long time, at our annual GamesBeat 2012 conference on July 10-11 in San Francisco.
Double Fine Productions ended its campaign on crowd-funding site Kickstarter today, raising $3.3 million from more than 87,000 donors. But gamers can keep on giving.
Brian Fargo, chief executive of InXile Entertainment and a veteran game-maker, is following through with plans to raise money for Wasteland 2 on Kickstarter. Right now, the Kickstarter campaign is raising about $1,000 per minute for the post-apocalyptic game.