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Edge of Twilight NOT canceled!


6:30 PM on 12.02.2009
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Yesterday there were rumors that Edge of Twilight had been canceled, and today we bring news that is kind of good and kind of bad. Fuzzyeyes has stopped production of the awesome-looking steampunk game, but the news is not as grave as you might think -- the game is postponed due to development issues, not canceled.

Contrary to reports, Fuzzyeyes has not closed down, and the game is very much alive, albeit in stasis. The good news is that development is scheduled to start again in the second week of January 2010. Currently, outsourcing teams are hard at work on keeping development ticking until the main studio can take over again, so hopefully things will be back on track early next year.

This is a huge relief, as we are huge supporters of the game at Destructoid. We will keep you updated on the game's progress.






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