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Editorial 2013: The Year in Review

Arkadin

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J.E. Sawyer added this:

What's even better is that this is essentially the scenario:

1) BoS is in the final stages of testing. It's effectively done. It will get released.

2) If BoS does well, that makes the likelihood of a future PC RPG Fallout title better, and gives it more resources.

3) If BoS does poorly, that makes the likelihood of a future PC RPG Fallout title worse, and takes resources away from it.

Basically, BoS doing poorly basically insures that what Doomsayer doesn't want to happen will actually come to pass. Sound thinking!

:thumbsup:
 

Jaesun

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None of it mattered anyways. In fact we can all be thankful BoS bombed.

We got Obsidian, inXile and the late Troika....
 

Serious_Business

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2013 being so shit is the reason I got out of my basement and got a shitty social life ; but now that it's over I can stop all this nonsense and get back to serious business : video games
:yeah:
 

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