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Sekai Project successfully funds World End Economica Episodes 2 and 3

2:00 AM on 06.14.2014 // Brittany Vincent

You can play through the entire saga soon

World End Economica may have had a disappointing start, but episodes two and three could very well make up for that. Sekai Project turned to Kickstarter to drum up interest for the additional two episodes, and the project was funded in just 44 hours, reaching $33,430 at the time of writing. It appears visual novel fans really want to see how the rest of the tale ends, myself included.

I reviewed the original World End Economica, or at least the first episode, and while I wasn't completely impressed, I'll most likely play through the rest of the saga. I wasn't exactly hot on Hal or the rest of the cast, but the premise had a lot of potential. I think it could develop into something interesting, and I'd be doing the creators a disservice if I just gave up after the first third of the game.

If you're interested in funding World End Economica since it still has a whopping 25 days left, go do so and vote with your money so that Sekai Project can bring over more titles.

World End Economica Complete [Kickstarter] 




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