Silent Hills may have been canned, but that hasn’t stopped others from attempting to emulate that sort of horror title. Visage, for example, has popped up on Kickstarter, and it looks like it may well be funded.
Ex-Blizzard employees have formed a new studio called Kollide Entertainment. They’re working on a new horror title called Broken. The project is looking for funding on Kickstarter.
Kickstarter had a great 2015 and ran up pledges to the tune of over $46 million, even though video games had a 70% chance of failing on that crowdfunding platform.
Want a brand new open world RPG Star Wars game? This new title on Kickstarter might be just what you’ve been looking for. Or not… you decide!
KA-SHA-SHA-SHA! Horny camp councillors beware, because Jason Voorhees is coming for you thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign. Top tip: Don’t hide in a sleeping bag.
Do you still have nostalgia for Dragon’s Lair? Prepare for it to be destroyed.
Right now, other video game Kickstarters are pretty much battling it out just to be recognised as the second most crowdfunded game in history, as Star Citizen’s public finances will most likely never be toppled. It out-performed every single video game Kickstarter last year. Combined.
Worms maker Team 17 will be doing publishing duties on Allison Road, the creepy indie game that takes its cues from Kojima’s cancelled Silent Hills.
Square Enix fans often bemoan the range of titles that never make it to our shores, but the publishers knows this and might be looking at other ways to get fans involved.
I hope you didn;t back Mansion Lord on Kickstarter, because it looks like its creators have disappeared, and the game is never being released.
Divinity: Original Sin received nothing but praise when it released last year. A sequel popped up on Kickstarter around a month ago, and met its $500,000 goal within 12 hours. Now, almost $2,000,000 has been pledged to bring the game to life!
Only a handful of Battle Chasers issues were ever printed, but clearly, the property was worth following up on it seems.
And that’s because Battle Chasers is getting a revival in video game form, as Battle Chasers: Nightwar