Wasteland 2 is nearing the end of its development. InXile still plans to release it later this year.
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.
Unity is cutting deals with everyone, and that’s a sign that indie game developers are critical to every platform.
Brian Fargo is raising more Kickstarter money to revive a beloved role-playing franchise, even before he finishes his last crowdfunded title.
Last year’s $1 million-plus video game Kickstarters share common reasons for their success. Plus, the developers share their campaign tips for 2013.
Unity Technologies is expanding across the globe and into all gaming platforms. Watch out, Epic.
We’ve heard of developers hiring economists and military consultants for their games before, so why not scientists, too?
Brian Fargo’s Wasteland franchise moves forward with the release of an early screenshot from the upcoming Wasteland 2.
We interview Jeff Pobst, CEO of Hidden Path Entertainment, on their decision to look to the fans for support in creating Defense Grid 2.
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.