Bloodstained | Kickstarter from former Castlevania Producer Koji Igarashi

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    Bloodstained | Kickstarter from former Castlevania Producer Koji Igarashi

    Not sure about anyone else here, but I've always been a big Castlevania fan, especially Symphony of the Night.

    Looks as though this will be a spiritual successor of sorts.



    Kickstarter :

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...l-of-the-night

    will be backing

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    YES! No Ayami Kojima artwork though.

    Main character is animu waifu so Krimzin will heart this.

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    YES! No Ayami Kojima artwork though.
    Yeah, was gutted about that too, still looks cool though

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    It went up $6000 by the time I finished the video, by the time it I had finished reading it had gone up another $7000
    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Main character is animu waifu so Krimzin will heart this.
    It takes more than a sexy devil to get me interested in something hair not red enough. 2D games generally don't interest me.

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    KrimzinZV wrote:
    It went up $6000 by the time I finished the video, by the time it I had finished reading it had gone up another $7000
    Yeah, it's ticking along nicely. Would be interested to see it reach the David Hayter goal ( Which is should do )

    -e- : Gone up $40k since I posted.

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    KrimzinZV wrote:
    2D games generally don't interest me.
    This is from the developer of Mighty No. 9. I wouldn't be surprised if it's just "2.5D".

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    This is from the developer of Mighty No. 9. I wouldn't be surprised if it's just "2.5D".
    Still .5D from interesting me.

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    KrimzinZV wrote:
    Still .5D from interesting me.
    Are you you wanting another 3D iteration in the same vein as Lords of Shadow? Me too man, I'd love a 3rd installment, especially on Next Gen. Not sure if that'll happen though, but this'll do for now

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    Black Plague*** wrote:
    Are you you wanting another 3D iteration in the same vein as Lords of Shadow? Me too man, I'd love a 3rd installment, especially on Next Gen. Not sure if that'll happen though, but this'll do for now
    Nope (never played castlevania)
    Wishlist:
    3D platformer like Jak 1 or the early Ratchet and Clanks
    Combat racing like JacX, Rumble Racing or Motor Mayhem
    WW2 CoD or Battlefield

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    KrimzinZV wrote:
    Nope (never played castlevania)
    Wishlist:
    3D platformer like Jak 1 or the early Ratchet and Clanks
    Combat racing like JacX, Rumble Racing or Motor Mayhem
    WW2 CoD or Battlefield
    I'm sure you've heard of Yooka-Laylee coming out sir? That'll whet your appetite for a bit

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...al/video_share

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    Backed this project. As a huge fan of Metroidvania games, with Symphony of the Night being the absolute best of the Castlevania series, this tickles my fancy and is right up my alley.

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    Backed! $60 for me. I've probably played SOTN more times than I've had dinners when I used to be in Uni (199

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    Black Plague*** wrote:
    I'm sure you've heard of Yooka-Laylee coming out sir? That'll whet your appetite for a bit

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...al/video_share
    Yes, going to back it near the end of the campaign since I hate not being charged immediately.

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    $850k, we'll have David Hayter after all!

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    this looks pretty awesome(well sounds awesome) will back when i have enough money for the level that i want heh. (hopefully in the next 2 weeks)

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    This looks great, and dude made a brilliantly funny Kickstarter promo video - backing for either $28 or $60, probably $28.

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    KICKSTARTER IS DEAD! Its been ridden to obsolescence. Crowd-funding was an interesting experiment that could never be sustained!
    *Insert Tui ad here*

    All it takes is the right combination of nostalgia, genuine passion, and a well presented campaign.
    Shame the Ex-wing devs didn't grasp that and instead aimed to be the next Star Citizen/Elite Dangerous rather than the next X-Wing/Tie Fighter.

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    holy crap its already reach over 1 million bucks better add to that i've been looking forward to the day he would announce his new project with his company woot woot so happy

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    Well look at that almost 5.5million, and likely to exceed that in the last hour. Very very impressive

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    64,867 backers pledged $5,545,991 to help bring this project to life.
    Damn!

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    pyrocore wrote:
    Damn!
    plus what they got via paypal, which last that knew on the ending stream was another 210k at least.

    glad to have backed this. a slap in the face too all the publishers they went too that said no because they didn't believe people wanted this type of game anymore.

    wish i had had more too back with, maybe when they send out the emails i will be able to add somethings too my $60 pledge.

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    Wow!
    June 13, 2015
    Successfully raised $5,545,992 USD with 64,867 backers
    I bet that they won't mismanage their funds, unlike mega douche Tim Schafer ($3.3 million funded through Kickstarter but $2 million over budget!).

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    #23
    Without Tim there would be no Kickstarter as we know it, don't think he deserves to be called names for wanting more than he could afford.

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    His Kickstarter was WAY over-funded and then he couldn't control the scope of it. Oh and he has HISTORY of doing that!
    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/20...ff-tim-schafer

    "I've never met him in my life – I've never had anything to do with him. I never had any involvement in the Vivendi project that they were doing, Brütal Legend, other than I was in one meeting where the guys looked at it and said, 'He's late, he's missed every milestone, he's overspent the budget and it doesn't seem like a good game. We're going to cancel it.'

    "And do you know what? That seemed like a sensible thing to do. And it turns out, he was late, he missed every milestone, the game was not a particularly good game..."
    Also I haven't forgiven his douchiness here from years ago. GOD FORBID people be interested in playing your game on their platform of choice!

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    To be fair, Brutal Legend was average, and PC users weren't missing out on much.