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Game News The Outer Worlds gets Spacer's Choice Edition remaster

Immortal

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If any IP owner could cancel any game for being too low quality there'd be a bunch of D&D games that never would have seen the light of day. :P

> Implying Hasbro / WOTC would give a shit and leave money on the table

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Joyvankek

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I tried the original one, and dropped off after the station part.
I remember that bald transvestite that represented corporations' conglomerate. At that point I just couldn't take it anymore.
Now they have made a remaster of it?
:killit:
 

Elwro

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Divinity: Original Sin Wasteland 2
I played the first area of the original and it was mildly amusing. But well, there had to be a reason I stopped...
 

Eli_Havelock

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Do developer sign away all rights on remasters for these type of deals?

You would think Obsidian would veto this release considering bad PR for Outer Worlds 2
Obsidian retained ownership of The Outer Worlds IP, but that went to Microsoft with the sale. Neither of them have any say over what Private Division can do with the game they funded. If any IP owner could cancel any game for being too low quality there'd be a bunch of D&D games that never would have seen the light of day. :P
Well, for a certain someone in the news lately, Descent to Undermountain comes to mind. :lol:
 

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