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Submitted by PureSophistry 1239d ago | interview

"Project Eternity is a game for us and the Fans" - Radio Interview Feargus Urquhart, CEO Obsidian

Pure Sophistry was very fortunate to talk to Feargus Urquhart- CEO of Obsidian Entertainment on their new Kickstarter Game- "Project Eternity" Feargus answers the tough questions and provides amazing insight into the video game industry:

Here's an Except: "If we listened to everyone Project Eternity would be a Japanese turn-based dating sim with insect people." (Culture, Feargus Urquhart, Industry, Kickstarter, Obsidian Entertainment, PC, Project Eternity)

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PureSophistry  +   1239d ago
Must see for Obsidian fans
Qrphe  +   1239d ago
Must see for classic PC RPG fans and the like I'd say!
PureSophistry  +   1239d ago
Here here to that
bvsdiusd   1239d ago | Spam
mobijoker  +   1239d ago
I hope this reaches the level of Mask of the Betrayer.....Obsidian's greatest feat IMO.....

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