Chronoblade is now Aeternoblade, will turn to Indiegogo

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 2 April 2013 22:31 GMT

The long-stymied, Castlevania-like Chronoblade is still coming to 3DS, developer Corecell Technology has promised. In early March it announced that it would change the game’s name to Aeternoblade, and is still targeting an eShop release. Now, a new report on NintendoLife suggests the developer will have to seek more funding. There’s some talk of an Indiegogo campaign but nothing has surfaced as yet. Hit the link for some new but tiny screens.

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