Re: Sharin no Kuni Project Gets Kickstarter Preview With Physical Vita Stretch Goal
Tokyo Otaku Mode has launched the preview page for the visual novel Re: Sharin no Kuni.
After the failed crowdfunding attempt, the company has relaunched the campaign to include a lower goal set at $80,000 and new reward tiers. The new rewards were taken from fan feedback concerning what went wrong with the previous campaign.
- Digital Game
- Physical Game
- Official Soundtrack
- Official Artbook
- Physical Deluxe Box
- Dut Pin Badges
- Dakimakura Pillow
- Heroine Tapestry
- Heroine Can Badges
- Heroine Canvas Art
- Special Elite Badge
- Autographed Canvas Print
- Heroine Poster
- Tote Bag
- Aluminum Bottle
- Natsumi Bed Sheets
Additionally, fans who donate $2000 dollars can get an original laptop computer with key art on the lid, along with previous tiers.
Here are the specs of the unique laptop:
- Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- Processor: Core i7-6700HQ
- Memory: 8GB DDR4 SO-DIMM (PC4-17000/4GBx2/dual channel)
- Video Graphics: GeForce GTZ1060 6GB
- Display: 17.3 inch LCD (1920×1080)
- Optical Drive: DVD Super Multi Drive
- HDD: 250GB SSD
- USB: USB 3.0 (x6), USB 3.1 Type-C (x1)
- Video Output Ports: HDMI 1.4 (x1), mini DisplayPort (x1)
- Mortherboard: Mobile Intel HM170 Chipset
Furthermore, there is a stretch goal of $145,000 for a physical version of the game on PlayStation Vita. The game will also have an 18+ patch (with mosaics) as well as an all ages version.
The publisher details the premise:
A society which imposes special “Duties” upon everyone who breaks the law.
The individuals who oversee these criminals’ rehabilitation are the “Special Elite”ーa rank the protagonist, Kenichi Morita, hopes to attain. To do that, he must pass his final exam, for which he arrives at a certain country town.
At the school Kenichi attends, he encounters girls bound by various “Duties.” Those obligated “to observe a 12-hour day” are forbidden from being awake for more than 12 hours per day, and those obligated “to remain in infancy” cannot grow up. It is meeting Natsumi Hinata, however, the girl who “cannot fall in love,” that throws him out of gear.
Soon, Kenichi makes a series of odd discoveries… His own grave, erected secretly on a clifftop; his patrimony, hidden deep inside a cavern. Kenichi finds that he must search for his own atonement in this dystopian society. What is the truth behind the the Land of the Spinning Wheel? Discover for yourself through Kenichi’s eyes!
A touching story with a deeply profound message, depicted with a serene touch and moments of lighthearted comedy, this visual novel is simply worth the experience, for both old fans and new!
You can watch the video of the opening as well as a message from the creator below: