A Kickstarter campaign for a brand new video game called Redux: Dark Matters has managed to surpass its funding goal, now reaching just over $40k. What's unique about this video game project is that the developers are promising to offer a version of the game for the Sega Dreamcast. Fans of the retro console can pledge $65 to receive the limited edition Dreamcast version, only 1000 copies will be made.
Redux: Dark Matters is a space shooter being developed by René Hellwig from NG:DEV.TEAM (GunLord, Fast Striker, Last Hope and DUX) and the soundtrack is composed by Andre Neuman, featuring legendary video game composer Chris Huelsbeck. The game will feature super fine HD visuals, 6 stages with massive boss enemies, plenty of weaponry, and arcade-style game play.
The aim of the campaign is to get the game onto as many platforms as possible, starting off with iOS in July, the Sega Dreamcast in December, and eventually STEAM, XBLA, and PSN later this year. The dev kits for STEAM, XBLA, and PSN are expensive and that's mainly what the funds are being raised for.
Higher pledge amounts can get your more goodies besides just the game itself. The campaign is also offering the complete soundtrack, full color manual, DUX 1.5 and limited edition special boxed sets.