Developer n-Space Closes

MMORPG.com has word that developer n-Space has closed, following a post on the topic posted in an image on Twitter by artist Ben Leary thanking the company for the classy way the company handled this with their staff (thanks Dahkoht). They have a follow-up from publisher Digital Extremes indicating they plan to continue supporting Sword Coast Legends, the Dungeons & Dragons Lost Realm RPG developed by n-Space. Here's word from Digital Extremes:
"We are deeply saddened by the closing of n-Space. Staying alive as a mid-sized independent developer in the games industry is no small feat. Their passion for creating games never faltered and their dedicated team has ended on the high note of completing the console version of Sword Coast Legends. We are working hard with them to realize as much as we can for their team during this difficult time and encourage players to keep an eye on the official website for more details on the launch of Sword Coast Legends on Xbox One and PlayStation 4."
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Re: Developer n-Space Closes Mar 30, 2016, 17:05
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I could have forgiven the sad tile toolset....but honestly playing the game online with other players felt like a sad ARPG. Buggy, laggy, unfulfilling combat and loot....... Shrug. I bought the big multi license pack so that we could play together. Only one of them seemed to enjoy the single player campaign.

For the record, the NWN toolset was fantastic. It was pretty complex, but not overly so. You could knock out a pretty neat module in about 40-80 hours. A massive campaign was going to take a lot more than that. There were a LOT of the player made campaigns/modules that we sunk hundreds of hours into after the fact.
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