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Torment: Tides of Numenera has been funded with $4,188,927, making it the highest earning Kickstarter game ever! Amazing, can't quite believe it especially when it's a title that will hit Linux as well!

QuoteA story-driven CRPG set in the world of Monte Cook's Numenera. We are deeply appreciative to all of you who made this possible.

This CRPG will be something amazing when it comes out I'm sure, anyone else looking forward to this?

It certainly will look beautiful that's for sure!

This may be a good time to pick up Planescape from and get playing so you know what the sequel is all about!

Funny how I keep seeing "Analysts" saying the Kickstarter bubble has burst, I guess they didn't see this one coming?

Honestly I hope to see Kickstarter stick around if it can give us some great games like this, Planetary Annihilation, Dysis and so many more. I just hope we don't see Linux as a stretch goal stick around.


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Bumadar Apr 6, 2013
I am so looking forward to this one, I only fear the fact that it will probably take a year to finish it ;)
muntdefems Apr 6, 2013
Hold your horses, Bumadar: ERD for this one is December 2014! :P
Radegast Apr 6, 2013
One year to finish? You are quite an optimistic person, aren't you? We will be lucky if they finish it by Q1 2015.
Bumadar Apr 6, 2013
no no, I mean for us to finish it, gone be so much lore, stories, sidequests etc. etc. its gone take ages :)
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