Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore is a new RPG from the producer of Planescape

Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore

By on November 12, 2013 at 9:05 am

Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore really has two things going for it. Firstly, it sounds like the best metal album of 2013, but it’s actually a turn-based single-player RPG. And secondly, it’s being produced by Guido Henkel, who was the producer on a little thing called Planescape: Torment. Oh, and he created Realms of Arkania. Aaaand he was involved in Fallout 2.

Okay, so there’s a lot of things. The point is that Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore is currently on Kickstarter, where they’ve raised $54,192 of their $390,000 goal, and are looking for more support. The final product will play similarly to the recent Legends of Grimrock, except with factions of NPCs, politics, heaps of dialogue options, and a bunch of what we’re promised are very interesting and dynamic character interactions.

Check out the Kickstarter here. Pledging a minimum of $20 gets you a DRM-free copy of the game.

Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

2 comments (Leave your own)

Now there’s a groan-worthy title. I’m amazed there’s no chainmail bikinis on show.

 
Toby McCasker

Makes me think of Wizardry 8 and Shadows Over Riva and all of THE BEST GAMES EVER MADE, so… I’m covered in jizz and it is my own for a change

 
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