Old school to the max, Pillars of Eternity was a classic throwback to the Dungeons and Dragons RPG action of yesteryear that defined games such as Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale. The game has been a big success, so of course a sequel is being considered. One that’ll pit players against the rising tide of darkness in a stranger land.
A staggering ten years after launching, Knights of the Old Republic II has recieved a massive update on PC to make it feel more modern,
Craving those old-school role playing games of yore? Obsidian’s Pillars of Eternity scratches that itch.
Pillars of Eternty, the new cRPG from genre masters Obsidian is out today – and it’s very, very good.
Old-school is good-school for RPG fans who might just get everything they want from Pillars of Eternity.
If it wasn’t for Pillars Of Eternity, veteran studio Obsidian wouldn’t be around today.
Obsidian already has plans for a sequel to their upcoming epic RPG Pillars Of Eternity.
Much like several high profile 2014 release games and my plans to see my feet, Pillars Of Eternity has been pushed back to a 2015 release.
The beloved franchise that inspired even more adored games hasn’t been forgotten.
Pilalrs of Eternity developer Obsidian Entertainment will have their crowdfunded game published through Paradox.
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Many seasons and games later, South Park is back with a brand new video game experience. And I’m kind of keen to try it out.