Project Update #31: Re: Sharin no Kuni Project by Tokyo Otaku Mode Inc.

The campaign has ended successfully! Thank you for all of your support!

Posted by Ian Willett-Jacob (Frontwing) (Collaborator)

With 2,427 backers and $188,176 raised  – over 235% of the initial goal – the Re: Sharin no Kuni Project has been successfully funded! We couldn’t have done this without the help from all of our backers, as well as our friends at Limited Run Games, the Muv-Luv campaign, and all the other places that gave us shout outs! We’re absolutely overwhelmed by the outcome, and will be eternally grateful to all of you.

Your overwhelming support made this possible!
Your overwhelming support made this possible!

So what’s next? Well, the main big thing is your BackerKit surveys! This is where you’ll select between Vita and PC for your pledge rewards, purchase add-ons, and more. Currently we’re planning on sending surveys out around January 5 – it’ll take about a week to get BackerKit set up, and that puts us right at the beginning of a holiday period both here in Japan and elsewhere, so we’re pushing it back just a bit more to give you guys time to enjoy your festivities! We’ll have another update when the surveys go out to walk you through the survey process, so keep an eye out for that!

Paying It Forward: Dies irae ~Amantes amentes~ Kickstarter

Lastly, we have a message from the team at another visual novel Kickstarter that just started up – we’d love for you to check their campaign out and consider backing it as well!

Dies irae is one of the great action-oriented visual novels, rich in lore and atmosphere. And now the official Dies irae English localization project has begun on Kickstarter! Already more than $90,000 has been pledged to the project, but it still needs help in order to bring this great work to the English-speaking world. There are lots of limited rewards and stretch goals waiting for you! A TV anime series is planned for next year, making this project a must-back for VN fans! Check them out HERE.

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