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Project Phoenix adds PayPal funding tiers & rewards

Thursday, 16th January 2014 12:38 GMT By Dave Cook

Project Pheonix is the strategy-JRPG revival project from former Final Fantasy, Crysis 3, Diablo 3 and Halo 4 developers. It’s long-since funded on Kickstarter, but developer Creative Intelligence Arts has opened up PayPal funding tiers and rewards, should you wish to back it.

Last year, I interviewed Project Phoenix director and producer Hiroaki Yura and found the game to be a strategic take on the JRPG format that blends Eastern and Western sensibilities, as well as Nobou Uematsu’s musical compositions. It’s a big project, and its just opened PayPal funding for those late to the Kickstarter.

In an email update sent to VG247 today, CCA confirmed that Project Phoenix PayPal funding is now live, and starts at $10 for the ‘Supporter’ tier.

$30 gets you into the ‘Pioneer’ bracket, which gets you a digital download of the finished game and beta access, while $45 grants access to the early alpha phase. For $60, ‘Digital Collector’ offers backers all of the above, plus a Death’s Mantle in-game item, digital artbook, the making-of documentary and Uematsu’s digital soundtrack. There are some new PayPal-only rewards in there too, such as a Shadow Phoenix pet and mount.

There’s plenty more funding tiers through the link above, but the top level will run you $5,000, including everything on offer. Here’s a run-down:

  • Artbook
  • Closed Alpha Access
  • Closed Beta Access
  • Collector’s Edition Box
  • Death’s Mantle
  • Death’s Scythe
  • Developer Card
  • Developer Credits
  • Developer Forum Access
  • Developer Unlockables
  • Digital Artbook
  • Forum Access
  • Making-of-Project Phoenix
  • Making-of-Project Phoenix DVD
  • Map of Azuregard
  • Musical Score
  • Project Phoenix Digital Download
  • Project Phoenix DVD
  • Project Phoenix Soundtrack
  • Shadow Phoenix Egg
  • Shadow Phoenix Mount
  • Signed CE Box
  • Soundtrack DVD
  • Town Artwork
  • Town Background
  • Town Creation
  • Town NPC
  • Wings of the Fallen

That’s a lot of stuff for a lot of money. We’ll have more on Project Phoenix in due course. Stay tuned.

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2 Comments

  1. TheWulf

    I keep seeing the title of this, mixing it up with ‘The Last Pheonix,’ and then being disappointed. On that note, I’m rather looking forward to The Last Phoenix.

    #1 9 months ago
  2. Tormenter

    The draw of jrpg’s for me is that they are massive sprawling things that can take weeks, if not months to complete.

    Are these guys going to make make a massive game? If not, I see no point to a bite size version.

    #2 9 months ago

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