inXile Entertainment is a premiere videogame development studio with locations in Newport Beach, CA and New Orleans, LA. Headed by Brian Fargo, we are home to both industry veterans and up-and-coming talent, and are at the cutting edge of innovation and delivering high-quality titles to our passionate and dedicated fanbase.
At inXile, we've embraced the crowdfunding model for game development and are one of the first game studios to crowdfund multiple million-dollar projects, including: Wasteland 2, Torment: Tides of Numenera, and The Bard's Tale IV. We have a commitment to our core audience, an attention to details that matter, and embrace collaboration and openness without fear.
inXile Entertainment has been featured in this new article by Fortune. In it, CEO Brian Fargo discusses plans for the New Orleans expansion.
Newport Beach, Calif.-based inXile Entertainment is the latest game studio to take up residency in New Orleans. The developer behind The Bard’s Tale franchise just opened up a new satellite studio in the Crescent City after exploring options in Colorado and Texas. Brian Fargo, CEO of inXile Entertainment, says the plan is to mov...
NEW ORLEANS – Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal and inXile Entertainment founder and CEO Brian Fargo announced the company will establish a video game development studio in New Orleans. The company will create 50 new direct jobs over the next five years, with an average annual salary of $75,000, plus benefits. Louisiana Economic Development estimates the project will result in 64 indirect jobs for a total of more than 110 new jobs in Louisiana's Southeast Region.The new facili...
tl;dr: Production update, Red Novella released, backer posters available
Eric checking in. In our previous update, we told you about how we were targeting an April milestone for getting the game content complete. We're happy to say that we've hit that milestone – this means Torment is now playable start to finish, albeit in a somewhat rough state.
The feedback we've gained from the backer beta has been invaluable in allowing us to improve upon the game...
Creative Lead Colin McComb and Lead Area Designer George Ziets took some time out to appear on the Shane Plays radio show and podcast, talking about Torment, the craft of writing RPGs, how to get into the games industry as a writer, and much more.
You can find the full audio recording of the show above, while the show notes can be found at the Shane Plays web site. Give it a listen!
At this year's GDC, PC Gamer sat down to talk with inXile head Brian Fargo, as well as Obsidian Entertainment's Josh Sawyer and ArtCraft's Gordon Walton. In this extensive and candid interview, Brian discusses his creative role at inXile, taking player feedback and how it's used to improve our games, and drops some tidbits about The Bard's Tale IV. As a fun extra, we also learn that Josh Sawyer's first RPG was the original Bard's Tale.
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