It's been interesting to see the likes of Obsidian, Double Fine and inXile cash in on the goodwill (and money) of their fans. Again, it's no guarantee of a quality game in the end, but if you want someone to make a decent isometric RPG, Obsidian is a good choice.
To be honest, I'd like to see Obsidian spend the money on a squashing those pesky bugs that tend to drag their games down. Rotating heads aren't cool.
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