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Wargaming—the developer of mega-popular free-to-play online game World of Tanks—just announced that they'll be acquiring Gas Powered Games, the company responsible for Dungeon Siege and Supreme Commander.
Designer Chris Taylor has canceled his troubled Kickstarter, just four days before funding was scheduled to end.
Just last week we learned that Chris Taylor, the developer behind Dungeon Siege and Supreme Commander, was forced to lay off a significant number of people from his company Gas Powered Games after the Kickstarter campaign for their game Wildman was met with underwhelming funding rates. Yesterday, in an hour long…
We've heard from two sources that there have been big layoffs at Gas Powered Games, the company that just launched a Kickstarter for $1.1 million to make their next game, Wildman.
The latest big-name-developer Kickstarter comes from Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games. They want to make Wildman and they need your money to do it. The video above explains the pitch.
The third siege of dungeons arrived a little while back, with Obsidian taking the reins of the Gas-Powered Games-created loot'n'kill fandango. I've been frantically clicking my mouse button at it for the last few days-–an act which I have now transmuted into some words.
With two civilizations under its belt, Robot Entertainment tags in Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games to handle further development of Microsoft's eagerly anticipated strategy game Age of Empires Online. What gives?
Obsidian Entertainment takes on yet another action role-playing game sequel in Dungeon Siege 3, with series creator Chris Taylor on board as an advisor, helping oversee the franchise's console debut.
The PC version of Gas Powered Games' Supreme Commander 2 will run on Valve's Steamworks and come with online achievements, auto-updates and, yes, Steam's DRM.
The developers of Supreme Commander, Dungeon Siege and Demigod have announced their next project (despite Supreme Commander 2 still a few weeks off), the real-time strategy game Kings and Castles. First footage of Chris Taylor feeding a horse below!
The PC Gaming Alliance announced today that their ranks have been bolstered by the addition of eight new member companies, including the world's largest specialist games retailer, GameStop.
After he finished delivering medical advice, Gas Powered Games founder and CEO Chris Taylor showed me a little of what Supreme Commander 2 was bringing to the real-time strategy title.
Stardock CEO Brad Wardell exhaustively details the whys and hows behind Demigod's crippling networking issues in a blog post aptly titled "Demigod: So what the hell happened?"
Stardock President and CEO Brad Wardell assures the Demigod community that networking issues should be clearing up this week, and everyone who bought the game is getting a coupon for another copy half-off.