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    Jason Anderson leaves inXile

    January 24, 2011 by Ausir

    Jason Anderson, one of the original creators of Fallout, who joined InXile Entertainment in 2009 to work as creative director on a new computer role-playing game (likely a sequel to Wasteland), has recently left the company to join Turtle Rock Studios.

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    Matt Chat has interviewed with Brian Fargo, the founder of Interplay (currently at inXile Entertainment). The first part is about Interplay history in general. The second part focuses on Wasteland and Fallout.



    For information about Hunted: The Demon's Forge, the upcoming game Fargo is working for now (published by Bethesda Softworks), see our Hunted Wiki.

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  • Ausir

    Duck and Cover reports that Brian Fargo, the original founder of Interplay, and currently the CEO of inXile, might be working on a game for Bethesda Softworks. When asked about what he was promoting on his tour of Europe, Fargo said:


    For now it is unknown whether Fargo was being serious or making a joke. We'll let you know when we know more.

    Fargo left Interplay in 2002, after the company was purchased by Herve Caen's Titus. He then went on to start inXile Entertainment, and has mentioned on numerous occasions that he would like to create a sequel to Wasteland, co-created by Fargo himself. In 2007, inXile hired Jason Anderson, one of the original creators of Fallout, to work on a new, so far unannounced cRPG.

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  • Ausir

    The inXile Entertainment website has been updated with a new iPhone game - ShapeShape. While this isn't of much interest to us, another thing is - the header has also changed, and instead of one post-apocalyptic piece of concept art it now includes three, which you can see to the right. Of course, they are most likely from Jason Anderson's RPG, which is assumed to be Wasteland 2.

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    InXile is hiring

    August 5, 2009 by Ausir

    Brian Fargo's inXile Entertainment has recently posted a new Content Designer job ad. The designer in question will be responsible for such tasks as locations, quests, character descriptions, branching dialogues and history, and is required to have a 4-year experience in game design.

    Given that the "bonus traits" mentioned are being "a fan of PAW" (post-apocalyptic worlds) and "knowledge of classic CRPGs", it's safe to say that the ad is for a job on Jason Anderson's game that is speculated to be a Wasteland sequel.

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