Probably you have never heard about Gloria Victis, but I think it is worth to support it on the kickstarter. Below I pasted the official info about this MMORPG game. |
Kickstarter: Gloria Victis dark medieval MMORPG
"Imagine that you land in a world 20 years after chaotic and bloody events swept across the entire continent in a wave of wars, crusades and unexplained murders. You are a pivot in the middle of the conflict between the descendants of the world's first makers.
You can take one of the sides, join a guild, family or order and in their name retake sacred grounds that other families are trying to claim. You can join with your friends and follow the trail of missing artifacts surrounded by legends. You can delve into the mysteries of unnerving events, learn the history and take possession of the wisdom and glory it holds.
Do know though, that your every step is being watched by enemies that lie in wait for a moment of your weakness. When the time is right for them, they shall take away what is dearest to you."
Support new Dark Medieval MMORPG on Kickstarter
Groszq 2 posts
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Carlo 18,821 posts
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I've seen a kickstarter for a new game fail after hoovering up all the funds.
So no. Sorry!
sport 13,450 posts
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Pandas or GTFO!!
WinterSnowblind 1,258 posts
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@Carlo Some projects were always going to wind up as failures (although it's worth noting that the game you're talking about has simply lost most of the staff, they're still at least trying to finish it and they're still offering complete refunds to anyone who requests one).
Letting that stop you backing promising projects would be a shame, Kickstarter is doing some really great things for gaming.
The trouble is, whenever I see the acronym 'MMORPG', I am reminded of this:
And I laugh. And move on.
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