|PS4, Vita stretch goals added to retro JRPG-styled Soul Saga|
|Posted: 28.06.2013 17:14 by||Comments: 0|
It seems that Sony was listening when indie developer Disastercake called its Kickstarter RPG Soul Saga "a love letter to J-RPG classics from the Playstation era like Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire, Suikoden, and Persona", as the publisher has negotiated a deal to have the game come to PlayStation 4 and Vita if it makes the $80K stretch goal.
According to the developer, "I had some long and hard talks with Sony reps and researched into their relationship with Unity. From everything I can see, and considering I am already using Unity to create Soul Saga, it all looks extremely solid. We are entering a new age of game development where indies can really reach platforms that were once closed to anyone without 7 digit bank accounts. And I'm excited to be among some of the first indies to enter into this new age!"
Making $80K shouldn't be a problem, since as of this writing, Soul Saga's crowdfunding has reached $78,239 with 16 days to go.
Gamers interested in Soul Saga, which is also coming to PC, Linux and Mac, can visit the Kickstarter page .