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Torment: Tides of Numenera is a Strange RPG Coming to PS4

We want to solve bizarre mysteries, argue with memorable lunatics, and get killed by dangerous artifacts when we press the wrong button. That’s why we’ve been having so much fun making Torment: Tides of Numenera — the entire world is a soaring swan dive into a bottomless lake of delightful weirdness and we’re immensely excited that the game will be coming to PS4.

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RpgSama433d ago

So excited to be able to play this kind of isometric Rpg's in this day and age, and to be able to play them on my home console and not having to buy a moderately good PC, even better

Germany7434d ago

Wait...this game is not exclusive anymore? LOL!

Maxor434d ago

Why would it be an exclusive? Microsoft didn't pay them to make a game for Windows 10. PC games are just games, the concept of "exclusive" is a console fanboy term.

goombasquad434d ago

Well, it originally started as a PC-kickstarted game. Doesn't mean it can't expand to other platforms...

Ysmir6723434d ago (Edited 434d ago )

So?Is any console player going to by keyboard/mouse for one game?

Kakmandu433d ago

And Why it's on Vita section? BS

krzysiek430d ago

It's gonna have gamepad UI too.

SlapHappyJesus433d ago

PC players aren't afraid of letting our precious titles appear on other platforms. We have this weird thing about us where we like to see great things be appreciated by as many people as possible.

Strange that.

Ark_433d ago

Indeed. The more the merrier.
It's good that games like Divinity: Original Sin or now Tides of Numenera find their way to consoles.
The studios earn some more money and hopefully will develop worthy successors.
As long as they keep providing good controlls (mouse/keyboard) for PC - I am happy.

Looking forward to this one btw.

Lamboomington431d ago

It should be noted that we're not too happy when exclusives such as Crysis became multiplatform. However, that's not just because "we want exclusive", it's because of another legitimate reason, ie- Downgrading the game in terms of graphics and simulation, simplified gameplay etc.

In the case of Divinity and Torment, it's really quite fine, because it doesn't have those issues.

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