Published On: Thu, Nov 28th, 2019

A Game That Started Life As A Fire Emblem ROM Hack Is Coming To Kickstarter

Path of a Midnight Sun© Studio Daimon

A diversion desirous by a renouned Fire Emblem array has taken to Kickstarter, and a Switch recover is on a list should it secure adequate funding.

Path of a Midnight Sun is a pretension that combines Visual Novel elements with turn-based plan and boasts intemperate ‘Live2D’ animation segments. It indeed began life as a ROM penetrate called Fire Emblem: Midnight Sun, though developer Studio Daimon motionless to totally desert a tie to Intelligent Systems’ array and instead use a plan as a basement for an entirely new IP. The diversion has been built from a ground-up and is looking flattering special, we’re certain you’ll agree.

The Italian-based group is looking for a appropriation idea of £27,250 to supply during slightest 20 hours of gameplay content; they have also pronounced that there are no skeleton to close “relevant story or gameplay elements” behind widen goals, or DLCs. At a time of writing, a debate has lifted roughly half of a aim figure, with £14,900 pledged.

Should a plan strike a widen idea of £43,000, a diversion will embody full voice acting. None of a other widen goals have been announced as yet, though presumably one of them will embody a Switch version. The group has pronounced that “if we accommodate a compulsory widen goal, and/or if a diversion has adequate success post-release, we will recover it on Nintendo Switch as well.”

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