The creators of cult-classic JRPGs Wild Arms and Shadow Hearts are becoming a member of forces for a double Kickstarter with two non secular successors to the unique titles.

Earlier this week, the creators of the 2 JRPGs introduced a supposed first for Kickstarter, a double Kickstarter, for 2 video games; Armed Fantasia, a non secular successor to Wild Arms, and Pennyblood, in flip a non secular successor to Shadow Hearts. The marketing campaign opens up tomorrow, August 29, and seeks to boost $750,000.

Armed Fantasia is being developed by Wild Bunch Productions, and as reported by RPG Website, consists of quite a few members of key employees that labored on the Wild Arms collection. The sport options “a dramatic story a couple of group of Pathfinders and their trusted ARMs who embark on a dangerous journey throughout an expansive Westernpunk world hurtling in direction of destruction.”

You may take a look at the web site for the sport right here, although you gained’t see something on it till August 30.

Penny Blood is in flip being developed by Yukikaze, and itself options key employees that labored on the Shadow Coronary heart collection, which additionally has an internet site that doesn’t present something simply but. This one is “a darkish and horrific story set within the shadows of the turbulent Nineteen Twenties, about an investigator who confronts the specter of evil in the course of the top of worldwide unrest.”

Whereas the marketing campaign isn’t stay but, you may select which recreation you need to again, or each, and there’ll be a spread of marketing campaign rewards.

The Kickstarter trailer for Armed Fantasia is already stay, and appears like it would function some fairly basic JRPG, turn-based motion, so nothing to unfamiliar to followers of the style.

It needs to be famous that it’s tremendous unlikely the $750,000 will really fund each video games, and is only a manner of gauging curiosity in them each. Video games price a lot, rather more than that to develop, so don’t use this for example of how simple it’s to fund video games.