Thu, Sep 05, 2013 | 14:17 BST
Ghost Song: A Journey of Hope Kickstarter misses Wii U stretch goal, may still release on the console anyway
Ghost Song: A Journey of Hope, the 2D “metroidvania” style game taking influences from Super Metroid and Darks Souls on Kickstarer, has missed it’s $60,000 Wii U stretch goal by around $6,000 – but the developer, Matt White has said he is “working to make it happen” anyway.
Initially asking $15,000, the project ended with $54,007 in funding, and White said the Paypal option will be left open. All the rewards the same, at least for now, “in case more people want to get in on this and support us.”
“To those who may be lamenting about the Wii U goal — I’m working to make this happen anyway,” White wrote in the update. “That’s not official, but it’s a desire of mine and I hope to have that out at some point, if not at release, then following release.”
As it stands, the game is slated for release on PC, Mac and Linux.
Thanks, Nintendo Life.