Love love love this game. If people buy Tomba 1 enough in the USA, the sequel and European release just might happen!
Excited for this one!
I pledged this project all the way to the end but will still be getting the digital release anyway. My love of JRPGs is too strong to ignore some of the good things some companies are doing to recapture old memories of buying videogames.
LUNAR. It needs to return.
Thanks for sharing. So many classic memories of LUNAR I had when I was a kid. I remember those crazy super editions of Working Designs' games. I also put down money for their current Kickstarter for Class of Heroes 2 and hope it funds.
Some really cool additions there. More people need to spread the word about this. So many JRPGs at stake much more than just Class of Heroes 2. CoH 2 is just the beginning.
Interesting to see the breakdown. Still a long ways to go, but hopefully fan support will keep it going.
Victor Ireland said on neoGAF that the 2nd one is much better than the first. And that's not including what they plan to do to make the game better.
Working Designs always made the greatest limited edition packs. Looks like this one could be just as good.
Have no choice but to support because of Victor Ireland. He was adored by many for LUNAR, Alundra and his other Working Designs games.
Don't try to jump the pickle!
Fun game. Pretty challenging top-down shooter
Still loved the GameCube intro sound. Don't hate.
Still think people would actually buy this if Nintendo had something come out.
LOL GamaSutra has it wrong as 750,000 people per MONTH (not Day - which is wrong). 750k a day would be what though? 20 million a month? LOL.
150 million gaming achievements. Wow... so if every achievement is like 10 Xbox gamerscore points, that'd be 1.5 billion gamerscore points. EGAD.
Cmon - everyone was rooting for this game once it was announced that it was having troubles.
Still a long long long achievement. I wonder how long on average it would take for someone to achieve the feat when they start.
Will gamers answer the call? How bout the N4G gang?
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