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Interview Adam Brennecke interviewed about Project Eternity by vgBR

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Tags: Adam Brennecke; Obsidian Entertainment; Project Eternity

A representative of Brazilian gaming website vgBR caught Project Eternity producer Adam Brennecke for a short interview at a GOG press event. Here's the video:



Notice that Adam says the game is planned for release in "Summer 2014", apparently confirming that the game will indeed be delayed beyond its original April 2014 release date, as many of us have suspected it would.
 

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What is an agent of Obsidian doing at the installation of GOG.com?

The DRM-Free Version of Project Eternity will be distributed through GOG. Also, as far as I understand it the event was at E3?
 

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Why do interviewers always ask such uninteresting, redundant questions
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Why do interviewers always ask such uninteresting, redundant questions
It has much to do with the audience... RPG Codex can afford to start from a point where everyone reading already know A LOT of the project, but casual media have to consider that there are people that might not know anything about the project, especially considering it's a casual BR website...
 

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It's more like this:
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But yeah, nothing really new in this interview.
 

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Nah I asked Josh Sawyer for a follow-up about 3-4 weeks ago (I did one during the Kickstarter). Didn't even get a reply. OE forums has a facebook-like "seen" thing so I know he read the message.

I was however disgraced on the Something Awful forums recently, some D&D4E loving, Action Queue-loving goons beat me down pretty hard. Shamefully I did not know that the terms 'tank' etc originated from MUDS rather than MMOs (pretty sure 'carry' came from FPS games like CS in 99-00 though, I was around for that).

Aside from the Codex Interview with George Ziets, there hasn't been an interview or anything on P:E for quite a while.
 

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