Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Soul Saga funding complete, headed to Vita

Disastercake has announced that Soul Saga: Episode I's crowd-funding Kickstarter has been successfully funded, more than tripling its original funding goal of $60,000, with 5,631 unique backers and a total of $195,528 pledged to the project. Why not enjoy a little of the soundtrack while you read the comments from the press release...



Thousands of backers have voiced their feedback and suggestions for the project, helping to tailor the adventure to the gamers who have helped make the J-RPG dream a reality. Many fans have spread the word and showed their support for the title in a variety of creative outlets, such as Richie Branson's 'Soulful Saga' nerdcore rap, DeviantArt artist ryuuen's fantastic Soul Saga fan art and YouTube user Berglund Gaming's Wii U speed drawing video of Taro, a Toki shaman.

The project's backers have helped shape Soul Saga: Episode I into an exciting and ambitious project, enabling the title to be released not only on PC, Linux and Mac but also PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Wii U!

Disastercake's Mike Gale would like to thank everyone who has supported the Kickstarter project, especially the backers, without whom the development of Soul Saga: Episode I would not have been possible.

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