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Game News Torment Kickstarter Update #33: Surprise Gameplay Video!

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Tags: InXile Entertainment; Torment: Tides of Numenera

In a shocking twist, inXile have released another Torment: Tides of Numenera Kickstarter update less than 12 hours after the previous one. In a further twist, rather than being a screenshot update as we were led to believe, they decided to upload a full-blown gameplay video! Watch as the Last Castoff and his companion the Cold Calculating Jack, whose name is revealed for the first time to be Matkina, explore the mysterious Bloom:



The game looks great, and is very obviously based on Obsidian's Pillars of Eternity tech, although the character movement has a less abstract, more contemporary simulated style. The dialogue in particular looks fantastic and very Tormenty. I can definitely see inXile raising that stretch goal money now!
 

Tigranes

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Looks fucking good. Wish the texture quality would be a bit better, but the general 'feel' of it is very nice.
 

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Looks better than PE. I backed the wrong kickstarter. The last part of it was unneeded arrogant retartet bullshit though.
 

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Looks very nice, but it seems that they changed the story a little bit (based on the other update). Not a bad thing, but I did not expect that.
 

crawlkill

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the way they have weight and have to stop on their heels when they switch directions is a really nice touch for an IE-style game.

and doing a job for someone then demanding that he allow himself to be devoured in payment is very Tormenty. I like it.
 

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ok, in PoE i don't "feel" the IE atmosphere, but this video definitely gives me a torment-y vibe...
 

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So... I haven't been following this much but want this the game that had the TB vs RTwP vote last year? Who won?
 

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wow..



this looks worse than wasteland2

how the hell did they manage that? LOL
 
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UnknownBro

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The best thing about the video is they copy-pasted Toment's UI!!! Good job InXile!!!

:not sarcasm:
 

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