Route Double kickstarter adds PS Vita port backer reward

A few days ago it had been stated that the Route Double -Before Crime * After Days-:Xtend Edition kickstarter by Sekai Project was considering a PS Vita port of the game, today said thing is confirmed for the kickstarter. Now it is said that the PS Vita port will not be releasing the same time as the PC port if the project is funded as it will at least take a year to finish from what has been stated. Now as in Japan the port will only be released digitally due to size limitations on the PS Vita. For the backers who pledge $225 and higher they will receive the port, the high price was discussed by Sekai Project as they said that instead of adding a stretch goal that would be estimated at $500,000 which may not even be met, they went with this option instead. A 28 minute gameplay preview video was also released today which can be seen below:

Now the kickstarter is set for January 5th and the goal for it is set at $135,000. Sekai Project has confirmed they will be releasing Route Double -Before Crime * After Days-: Xtend Edition in collaboration with Lemnisca Translations. The game originally released on the Xbox 360 on June 14th 2012 and would later get a PC release on September 28th 2012, and PS3 release on October 24th 2013 and a PS Vita release on that same day. Its PC release is Route Double -Before Crime * After Days- while its PS3 and PS Vita release was Route Double -Before Crime * After Days-: Xtend Edition. Another edition of the game titled Route Double-Before Crime * After Days-: Yeti Beast would also be release for the PC April 30th 2015. Below is a plot summary of the game quoted from ANN and provided by Sekai Project:

Rescue squad captain Watase Kasasagi wakes up without his memories in the middle of his most critical mission yet– a nuclear meltdown at a research facility. In an unfamiliar place and without his years of training, he must rescue the survivors and escape… but could the key to the mystery behind the incident lie in the mind of Natsuhiko Tenkawa, a seemingly ordinary student?


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