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30. Re: Obsidian Hopes Project Eternity is a Series Oct 21, 2012, 02:43 RollinThundr
Creston wrote on Oct 21, 2012, 02:32:
RollinThundr wrote on Oct 20, 2012, 23:32:
Agreed, sure LucasArts rushed them with Kotor 2, I get that, but when you sign a contract to deliver in XX amount of months, be able to do so.

Same with AP, Sega's not exactly rolling in the money these days and I always thought that was kinda a odd paring with them as a publisher on that type of game anyway.

For as good as a game FO:NV turned out to be it was pretty bugtastic at launch as well. Seems to be a running theme with Obsidian imo.

Avellone has said (in last week's AMA) that the blame for Kotor2 falls squarely on Obsidian, not on LA. They tried to bite off more than they could chew and they failed.

Apparently Dungeon Siege 3 actually was pretty solid out the gate, and they said they changed their internal QA procedures right before that. So hopefully things will run better this time around. I do think that if there are big issues, they will just get patched. They don't have to wait for a publisher to come up with money to pay for it. (plus they don't have to deal with MS and Sony's certification process.)


Hadn't read that Creston, interesting that they took responsibility for Kotor 2 being pretty much unfinished. I give them credit for owning up to that.

I had forgotten they did DS3, wasn't a terrible game even though I thought the controls were pretty awful. I had a bit of fun with that one considering I got it very cheap during one of the steam sales a while back.

I hope PE ends up being fantastic for the record.
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