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Submitted by triverse 441d ago | news

Shining Empire Hits Kickstarter After Sega Sized Roadblock Steps In

Triverse writes, "Originally planned to be Shining Force Online, Shining Empire has survived a cease and desist from Sega (some fan games are okay, others are a huge no-no). Arcade County, based in Texas, are moving forward with their game, slightly changed of course, which will hit Steam and Windows later this year (hopefully). Right now though, Shining Empire is on Kickstarter where fans can throw support behind the project and have a direct hand in making it happen." (PC, Shining Empire)

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XiSasukeUchiha  +   441d ago
Sorry SEGA but your seriously about screw yourself over
triverse  +   441d ago
They already shot the original "Shining Force Online" down hence the name change to "Shining Empire". While the devs are open minded and not upset at Sega, they obviously would rather work with Sega on this in an official capacity.

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