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It's down again for me.



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Up again for me, and we're already at $600k.
Murayama says he doesn't know when he should go to bed. lol



I really, REALLY, dislike games that have dozens upon dozens of playable carachters.

Having said that, I LOVE OT artstyle and I'm happy that other developers are starting to adopt it. Plus Suidoken on DS was legitimately fun. I'll keep an eye on this.



My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.

https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241866&page=1

Turn based goodness :) Hell yes!



Kickstarter tho.
It almost always end up being a disappointment and a real long wait...
Hope it gets all the success it can, btw.



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BraLoD said:
Kickstarter tho.
It almost always end up being a disappointment and a real long wait...
Hope it gets all the success it can, btw.

The thing is.... what are the chances of getting another Suikoden-like game, if not this?
Doesn't seem like others really want to give it a try (probably too much work).

I share your pain about kickstarter though, more than half of even the bigger ones, dont end up well (imo).
Wish he had all the money and time he needed to make a fantastic new game, financed by some big publisher.
Being dependent on kickstarter doesnt always result in the best of work.



The amount of heroes showing has crashed the game I fear ...



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JRPGfan said:
BraLoD said:
Kickstarter tho.
It almost always end up being a disappointment and a real long wait...
Hope it gets all the success it can, btw.

The thing is.... what are the chances of getting another Suikoden-like game, if not this?
Doesn't seem like others really want to give it a try (probably too much work).

I share your pain about kickstarter though, more than half of even the bigger ones, dont end up well (imo).
Wish he had all the money and time he needed to make a fantastic new game, financed by some big publisher.
Being dependent on kickstarter doesnt always result in the best of work.


Aye, its probably the closest thing to a Suikoden experience we are gonna get after well over 10 years. Plus when a kickstarter turns out right, it usually turns out really good, like Bloodstained, Shovel Knight and of course Hollow Knight. Its a passion project done by the creators themselves, so I rather give them the benefit of the doubt. Not every crowdfunding campaign is Mighty No. 9. 



We've passed 900k now!
New stretch goals.



Yeah i'm sure backing this.