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Eternally Deepening Shadows

By Bobfish05-06-2013

"Since we announced this Kickstarter campaign we have seen more support from our community than we had ever hoped for. Along with this support has come a host of a new exciting opportunities that will make the game better than we envisioned.  As a result, we have chosen to temporarily take down the Shadow of the Eternals crowdfunding campaigns on both Kickstarter and our own website on Thursday, June 6."

Oh my. Oh me oh me. But don't worry, this is not the bad news you think it is. Temporary, hold that word in mind for a moment. This is a temporary removal, with promise that a new Kickstarter will be arriving at an, as yet unspecified, date some time in the next 'few weeks'. No, this isn't the bad news we think it is. This is something much, much worse!

"As we're closing the current Kickstarter campaign not a single dime from this campaign will be removed from supporters' accounts and everyone from our website's crowdfunding campaign will receive full refunds via PayPal.  As we re-tool our campaign and continue development, the forums on our site will remain open and active and any interested fans can still join the 'Order of the Unseen' to see our progress and join in the fun of creating content for the game themselves."

That's right ladies and germs. These darling people have thought of even better ways to scare the living shit out of us! This is terrible news! And I couldn't be more thrilled. Eternal Darkness was a spectacular game. Shadows of the Eternals was already showing itself to be a sequel to raise the bar almost beyond imaginings. Now, they're vowing to take all our expectations and not only exceed them, but then exceed exceeding. Do we think they can do it? I sure do. But what do you think? Comments below my loyal, Unseen brothers and sisters.

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Posts: 3290

Sanity's Requiem was...IS a superb game. Built on the Gamecube. I can't even begin to imagine how much more they can do with the PC as their lead platform. I'd advise optimism

Posts: 124

I want to want this but knowing Dyack's sketchy past I just can't bring myself to look forward to this.