Edge of Eternity Meets KickStarter Goal in Less Than 72 Hours

Readers might remember the announcement on Edge of Eternity‘s Kickstarter going live this last Sunday (February 15th). Less than 3 days later, the project has already met its initial goal of $44,000. As outlined by their Kickstarter page, this guarantees a launch for Windows, Macs, and Linux.

At the time of this posting, the project is closing in on the $55,000 mark, which means Edge of Eternity is only roughly $5,000 away from seeing a Playstation 4 and XBox One release. If this enthusiastic amount of funding continues, Midgar Studio should have no problem hitting the rest of Edge of Eternity‘s stretch goals, the last of which includes music from famed composer Yasunori Mitsuda, whose recent works includes the 3DS’ Kid Icarus Uprising and Xenoblade Chronicle for the Nintendo Wii (which is seeing a remaster later this year exclusively on the New Nintendo 3DS).

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Walter is a California native. He is currently in his last year of college pursuing a B.A. in English, but is often mistaken for a freshman...or a middle school tourist on occassion. His earliest gaming experience was Pokemon Red version on the Gameboy color, which he played actively. He would dabble with the Nintendo 64 and Playstation 2 for a bit before transitioning to many years of F2P MMOs. He then moved on to League of Legends, with whom he as an on and off again relationship. He currently spends most of his game time on his Playstation 4. He's also a bit of a Marvel nut.