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Posts tagged “Owlcat Games”

Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous smashed its Kickstarter goal

Owlcat Games last week finished their crowdfunding campaign for Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous, an "indirect sequel" to 2018's throwback isometric RPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker, with a big wad of cash. The Kickstarter was seeking at least $300,000 (£240k) to help fund development and ended at a tidy $2,054,339 (£1.6m). It's going ahead, then, though sadly they missed the stretch goal to add dinosaurs you could…

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The next Pathfinder is planning mounted combat and possible mod support

Late last year, Owlcat Games announced they'd be working on a sequel to Pathfinder: Kingmaker. This one follows a tabletop Pathfinder campaign which Owlcat says "tells the story of a large-scale conflict between mortals and demons where players are invited to immerse themselves in a world under siege from demonic forces." They've now launched a Kickstarter campaign for Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous and backers have…

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Pathfinder: Kingmaker is getting a sequel

Digital adaptations of tabletop RPGs are still having a heyday, much to my personal delight. Owlcat Games are continuing on in that righteous work with a sequel to their 2018 RPG, Pathfinder: Kingmaker. There's little to know about Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous at this stage, least of all any hint at a release window, but Owlcat divulges a couple tidbits worth knowing with the…

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Feature: A dicey adventure

Pathfinder: Kingmaker review

Starting a new tabletop RPG campaign is a bit like joining an complicated polyamorous relationship. You have to make sure you like your companions, but most importantly, you and the Dungeon Master must share the same vision. ANYWAY, my point is that in a game of Dungeons & Dragons, some DMs like to follow the rules by the book, others just use rules as a…

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Town-building hybrid RPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker is out now

I've always thought the best RPGs are the ones where you have a home to come back to, to celebrate victory and plan your next - Pathfinder: Kingmaker, you get your own town. Released today, Kingmaker looks like familiar Baldur's Gate-esque RPG adventuring, but with personal purpose. You're securing your lands, and in-between quests you get to develop your burgeoning kingdom.Based on the almost-D&D tabletop RPG…

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Baldur’s Gate-ish pen & paper adaptation Pathfinder: Kingmaker due September 25th

Paizo's pen and paper RPG Pathfinder may not be Dungeons & Dragons, but it's as close as you can get to it while still being legally distinct, which makes it perfect source material for a Baldur's Gate-esque old school RPG. Successfully Kickstarted a year ago, Pathfinder: Kingmaker now has a release date - September 25th - and a very fancy new trailer below to accompany…

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Pathfinder: Kingmaker hits funding goal on Kickstarter

There are many ways to make your Kickstarter campaign attractive. A clear pitch and a realistic target are two of the big ones. But there’s only one way to make success a sure thing: ask Chris Avellone to get involved. Pathfinder: Kingmaker [official site] is the latest project to employ this tactic, and it’s hit its funding target.

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Pathfinder: Kingmaker bringing tabletop RPG to PC

Paizo's pen & paper fantasy RPG world of Pathfinder is being computerised in Pathfinder: Kingmaker [official site]. Developers Owlcat Games today announced the upcoming isometric RPG, also boasting that they've booked the narrative design services of Chris 'The Human Stretch Goal' Avellone. The game will visit the Stolen Lands wilds of the RPG setting for your usual questing duties, with a dash of kingdom-building. Probably…

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