The Bard’s Tale: Remastered and Resnarkled is getting a physical PlayStation 4 release from Limited Run Games. The edition will be available to order in two batches this Friday.
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After being completed on PC earlier this year, The Bard’s Tale Trilogy is making its way to Xbox One this month. The Wasteland 30th Anniversary Edition will also be heading to the console later this year.
inXile Entertainment has announced that The Bard’s Tale IV: Director’s Cut will be released digitally for PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on...
The scenic Colorado Rockies: marauding bandits, mutated wildlife, and mechanized death machines. A Ranger’s life is never simple in this trailer for Wasteland 3 shown during Microsoft’s E3 Briefing.
After listening to reactions to The Bard Tale IV, a Director’s Cut edition is being prepared. A video has been packed with information regarding what fans can expect from the updated version.
inXile Entertainment’s Wasteland 2 is now available physically on Nintendo Switch in North America. European RPGamers will also be able to get their hands on a boxed copy, but will need to wait until next month.
With the addition of Thief of Fate, the remastered Bard’s Tale Trilogy is now complete. For the first time ever, a single party can complete the full journey together, while enjoying several quality-of-life improvements.
inXile Entertainment’s VR RPG The Mage’s Tale is now available on PSVR. The spin-off to The Bard’s Tale takes place between the third and fourth games in the series.
After thirty years, a new mainline Bard’s Tale has arrived. The Bard’s Tale IV is out now for PC, coming to other platforms at a later date.
inXile Entertainment is having a busy week. The company is following up today’s Wasteland 2 Switch release with The Bard’s Tale IV coming to PC on Tuesday.
Wasteland 2 is now available on Nintendo Switch. Its Director’s Cut has been available on console for a few years now, but there’s a lot to appreciate about being able to play it on Nintendo’s hybrid system.
What’s a Bard’s Tale without some characters worth talking about? The latest spotlight trailer from inXile Entertainment seeks to rectify that.
Nintendo announced a few new indie Switch titles of likely interest to RPGamers during its latest Indie Highlights video. Meanwhile, various other titles received release dates.
The Bard’s Tale has rested on its laurels for long enough. Spotlight trailers are being released to detail various gameplay systems, beginning with looks at character creation and combat.
Just in time for The Bard’s Tale IV comes a chance to relive the series’ formative years. The Bard’s Tale Trilogy is a remastered trek across the bard’s first three outings, with several quality-of-life enhancements.
While bards are often known more for oral tradition, it helps to have some sheet music and lyrics written down somewhere. It also helps to have physical copies of games about bards, too.
Pass the mead and raise your tankard, for the upcoming fourth installment of The Bard’s Tale has received a release date. Before the merriment gets out of hand, players must choose which of four versions best suits their adventuring needs.
The Switch has been a home to many titles though relatively few cRPGs. Here’s a small fix to that problem in the shape of Wasteland 2.
Wasteland celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, so inXile Entertainment has created a special bundle. The digital collection includes two versions of the original game, though one is not actually out yet, plus the second’s Director’s Cut and some bonus extras.
Twenty years after the release of the third game, The Bard’s Tale is finally getting a new official mainline entry. Developer inXile Entertainment gave a twenty-three-minute demo showcasing the gameplay in The Bard’s Tale IV.