Post-apocalyptic RPG After Reset arrives on Kickstarter, looking for $900K

After Reset

By on November 14, 2013 at 8:31 am

After Reset has been floating around the internet for a while, after blasting through Steam Greenlight in just five days, but it’s, uh… well, it’s not actually finished. And that’s where you come in, apparently, because the developers at Black Cloud are now asking Kickstarter for a cool $900,000.

The game is inspired by Fallout games of old, and was built by the team to help them get over the cancellation of the original Fallout 3 project, codenamed Van Buren.

Pledging a minimum of $20 will get you a copy of the final game, with other benefits as you go higher up, naturally. Check it out here.

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Amazing how these devs just don’t understand, if you want people to buy/fund your game, you don’t make a “gameplay” video that is just a third person controller walking through a scene in Unity, lol. Anyone could make that “Gameplay demo” in 30 minutes with the models already done.

 
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