Cosmic Star Heroine launches PC/Mac/PS4/Vita Kickstarter - destructoid

Cosmic Star Heroine launches PC/Mac/PS4/Vita Kickstarter

4:30 PM on 10.01.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

It's well on its way to meeting the modest goal


Remember that awesome, old-school-looking RPG that was set to come to Sony platforms and the PC (DRM-free)? Well Cosmic Star Heroine started its Kickstarter campaign today, and things are looking good. This isn't just some newcomer developer asking for $100,000 either, as Zeboyd Games has proven its worth with titles like Breath of Death VII, Cthulhu Saves the World, and a pair of Penny Arcade: Precipice of Darkness games.

At the time of this writing, the Kickstarter is already pushing $7,000. I fully expect this one to meet, if not exceed its goal by next month. I'm very conservative in terms of my Kickstarter contributions, but given the fact that it's Zeboyd, I know I'll be playing this when it comes out anyway.

Cosmic Star Heroine [Kickstarter]




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