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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:47pm 20/07/16 | 0 Comments
One of the early Kickstarter success stories, Obduction raised over $1.3 million in late 2013. Mainly because it was the spiritual successor to '90s CD-ROM phenom Myst. Arguably the first game to be embraced by audiences of all ages and backgrounds. And now after a few delays the proposed July 26 release date for Obduction has been pushed back a month to the week of August 22. In order to add that final coat of polish.

Posting on the official blog, Cyan’s Ryan Warzecha wrote,

We were so close, we could ship. But we came to the unanimous decision that if we shipped it was driven mainly by the deadline — not because we were satisfied. Obduction is a product that we’re very proud of, and we don’t want to let unpolished edges get in the way of an amazing immersive experience.


A month's delay isn't really a bad thing, but it highlights the fact that if you do back a high-profile Kicktarter project don't expect to be playing it anytime soon. Which is nothing against the platform or developers, it's just that it takes time to create a game. Which means we've got a long way to go before we see Shenmue III and the System Shock remake.

But, Obduction will be here soon. And it certainly looks to very Misty.





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