Quite a while has passed since the end of the successful Kickstarter campaign for Project Phoenix, and the team at Creative Intelligence Arts is working hard on creating the world for its upcoming JRPG.
Now that the indie JRPG Project Phoenix has been successfully funded on Kickstarter with flying colors, the journey truly begins. And the best way to start, is by showing the first real 3D model of the game.
Project Phoenix Gathers $1,058,801 at the End of its Kickstarter Campaign, Achieves Juicy 5th Stretch Goal
The Kickstarter campaign for Project Phoenix just ended and with a final push the game managed to gather a total of $1,058,801 counting $1,014,600 from Kickstarter itself and $44,201 pledged via Paypal (this last number has been
Project Phoenix has now gathered $865,o48 in pledges between Kickstarter and PayPal and the folks at Creative Intelligence Arts are bringing out the big guns of content in order to push it as far as possible
The Kickstarter JRPG Project Phoenix is continuing its flight towards the goal that is now just 66 hours away, with $822,563 gathered at the moment of this writing between Kickstarter and PayPal. And the news keep pouring
As the indie JRPG Project Phoenix enters the final stretch of its Kickstarter cavalcade with only three days to go, the total amount pledged just overtook $800,000. The game has now gathered $782,362 on Kickstarter itself
Project Phoenix continues it's cavalcade on Kickstarter, as the indie JRPG is now approaching its third stretch goal with $744,110 pledged at the moment of this writing and five days to go.
Until now we knew that Creative Intelligence Arts was in talks to bring the Kickstarter JRPG Project Phoenix to PS4 and PS Vita, with a "90%" chance of it to happen.
Kickstarter JRPG Project Phoenix by Creative Intelligence Arts is continuing its adventure on Kickstarter with a total of $719,369 gathered at the moment of this writing between Kickstarter itself and pledges via PayPal, and the developer shared
The Kickstarter JRPG Project Phoenix is continuing to gather pledges and backers, and it just passed 10,000 brave supporters, sitting on $623,746 at the moment of this writing and inching nearer to its second stretch goal.
We heard a lot about Project Phoenix (even more so in my recent interview with Game Director Hiroaki Yura), but we still did not see much in terms of visuals. At last today we get a treat
Project Phoenix just surpassed the $500,000 mark on Kickstarter and is currently sitting on $502,421 pledged by 7,936 brave backers. With 24 days to go, there's plenty time to make the announced stretch goals and then some.
Project Phoenix made the headlines due to the very successful start of its Kickstarter campaign and due to the stellar cast gathered by Director Hiroaki Yura to create the game, including acclaimed composer Nobuo Uematsu, but there's
In the latest update post for the triple AAA Kickstarter project Project Phoenix, the stretch goals are explained in more detail. Currently, the campaign fund stands at $471,831 with 26 days to go.
With the successful debut of Project Phoenix on Kickstarter many have been wondering why the developer Creative Intelligence Arts is negotiating for a PS4 and PS Vita version of the game, but isn't interested in publishing it
Project Phoenix is speeding towards its second stretch goal on Kickstarter, with $399,075 pledged at the moment of this writing. In the meanwhile we got some more interesting information about the game itself.
Project Phoenix just surpassed its first stretch goal with $305,209 pledged on Kickstarter at the moment of this writing, and the development team made the "huge DRM announcement" that was teased earlier today.
Project Phoenix's Kickstarter cavalcade continues. Less than two hours ago it passed the $250,000 dollars mark, and at the moment of this writing the indie JRPG is already sitting comfortably on $270,786.
The Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming indie JRPG Project Phoenix is speeding towards the first stretch goal, having just surpassed the $250,000 mark at the moment of this writing, and more information is filtering through the grapevine.
Just today I reported about Project Phoenix, the indie JRPG launched on Kickstarter by a dream team of Japanese and western developers led by Hiroaki Yura and including Nobuo Uematsu as Lead Composer.