There’s nothing wrong with options and the ability to change things. With that said, Xbox Game Studios and Obsidian Entertainment took the ability to alter things to another level by adding in a “safe space” mode in Grounded for those suffering from “arachnophobia.” In other words, the game that’s now available for PC via Steam Early Access and Xbox One through Xbox Game Preview boasts multiple options to prevent the act of “triggering” an arachnophobe. Continue reading “Obsidian Entertainment Adds “Safe Space” Arachnophobia Mode To Grounded”
Obsidian Entertainment’s Grounded is yet another multiplayer survival game. Most people are tired of these kind of games but Obsidian is trying to change things up a little bit by focusing the gameplay around a Honey I Shrunk The Kids concept, and the game will feature music themed around that era, along with supporting cross-play. Continue reading “Grounded Will Support Cross-Play, Will Feature Music Inspired By The 80s”
Obsidian Entertainment released The Outer Worlds last year, which features noticeable amounts of social justice content. As of now, the triple-A devs are taking to Steam Early Access to release Grounded, meaning that folks attempting to play the game are nothing more than test guinea pigs. Continue reading “Fallout: New Vegas Devs To Release Grounded On Steam Early Access”
The Outer Worlds featured its noticeable amount of social justice, and the trailer for Grounded is not in short supply of said agitprop. Yes, Obsidian Entertainment and Microsoft are to bring gamers a new woke game that is as brown as the microscopic dirt in Grounded to PC and Xbox One goers sometime in 2020. Continue reading “Obsidian Entertainment’s Grounded Trailer Pulls Out All The PoC Cards”
According to a new report, we learn that Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment’s latest work, The Outer Worlds, only takes 15 hours to beat if you want to see the campaign through to the end. Although that number pales in compared to some double-A and triple-A RPGs, hardcore explorers might find more juice out of the game.
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The Epic Games Store timed exclusive, The Outer Worlds, is relatively small on Xbox One compared to recent games gearing up to hit PC and home consoles. Although the PC requirements are still a mystery (same as PS4) at this point, console folks will only need 36.78GB of free space to install Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment’s RPG. Continue reading “The Outer Worlds Xbox File Size Calls For 36GB Of Free Space, PC Specs Still Pending”
First and foremost, the following information leans more toward the rumor side of the things meaning that you should take this info with a grain of salt. With that said, new job listings on Obsidian Entertainment’s end reveals a new AAA first-person RPG is in development with the Xbox Game Studios team. Continue reading “Obsidian And Xbox Team Reportedly Making A New AAA First-Person RPG”
Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds is set to debut on the Epic Games Store, PS4, and Xbox One this fall. It’s not a game I’m remotely excited about, but people hanging around the OAG community seem to have an eye on it, mostly due to its similitude with Borderlands and Fallout. For those gamers, there have been some recent preview footage made available – more than an hour’s worth to be exact – to give you an idea of what the game will be like and what you can expect from the upcoming title. Continue reading “The Outer Worlds Preview Notes Gunplay Is Better Than Fallout 4”
When publisher Private Division and developer Obsidian Entertainment announced the Outer Worlds during a time when Bethesda released the controversial Fallout 76, many people were happy. However, that joy faded for some in March when the devs stated that The Outer Worlds is an Epic Games Store exclusive. Contrary to all things PC, the game will hit Nintendo’s Switch sometime at a later date. Continue reading “Epic Games Store Exclusive The Outer Worlds Is Coming To Nintendo Switch”
It looks like FoxNext and Cold Iron Studios reveal of Alien: Blackout will be accompanied by Obsidian Entertainment “brand new” title next week when the joke that is The Game Awards rolls around (for its fifth annual showing) on December 6th.
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One of the more prolific independent studios to carve out a name for themselves in recent times was InXile Entertainment, managing to release Wasteland 2 on home consoles and PC after crowdfunding the sequel with the help of actual gamers through Kickstarter back in 2012. Microsoft saw this success and figured that since the company made something that people actually enjoyed, why not buy them up to prevent them from making games that people actually enjoy on other systems that aren’t PC and Xbox? Continue reading “Microsoft Acquires Wasteland Dev InXile Entertainment, KOTOR’s Obsidian Entertainment”
For me, the Baldur’s Gate style of RPG has always been the most faithful digital recreation of the pen and paper tabletop games. That used to be partly because Bioware built its games based on the same number crunching that your DM would be doing every time you played a quest in his cellar or attic bedroom. Bioware may well have taken a more action orientated path with the last Dragon Age, but Obsidian Entertainment’s original Pillars of Eternity was one of several games that retain the feel of the original Baldur’s Gate series. Continue reading “Pillars Of Eternity 2 Review: Improving On The Original In Every Way”
Obsidian Entertainment may be going through a PR rough spell thanks to Chris Avellone spilling the beans about the fallout that took place at the studio over some inner-office conflict, as detailed in an interview with Techraptor, but some gamers are still excited about Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. In fact, many gamers are still geeked about it and are even on the prowl for some cheats. Continue reading “Pillars Of Eternity 2: Deadfire Cheats Give You Infinite Health, Infinite Money”