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Children of Morta Kickstarter Announces PS Vita and PlayStation 4 Stretch Goals

The gorgeous pixelated hack ‘n slash Children of Morta is still chugging along nicely at Kickstarter with $43,000 in the bag and $22,000 to go over the remaining 24 days. It seems like this game will be a success, and you know what that means!

Stretch goal time!

Developer Dead Mage has spelled out the stretch goals for its project which extend to console ports and local co-op modes. At $80,000, you can expect to find the game on the PlayStation 4, and a $90,000 goal hits that ever important PS Vita mark. My Vita will become something of a “Kickstarter game player” this year with a huge slew of games I’ve backed already gaining official support. Children of Morta looks like it would fit nicely in with that crowd.

As for co-op, Dead Mage is going to need $105,000 to make that a reality. Sounds like a nice addition, but I’m more interested in the story and roguelike elements than I am playing with friends.

Children of Morta definitely has the potential to be a Kickstarter hit just by looking at it, and the developers don’t seem too intent on changing the scope of the game. Perfect stretch goals to excite a crowd without promising too much. I’d at least like to see this on the Vita. Give it a glance if you are interested.


Ron Duwell

Ron has been living it up in Japan for the last decade, and he has no intention of leaving this technical wonderland any time soon. When he's not...