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    1. Overclocked Games Creator on October 19, 2015

      Hi Warfaror, thanks for taking the time to write that all up. We think you've got some sage advice here, and I want you to know we are definitely taking steps much like you've suggested. Stay tuned to our updates in the near future for more details!

    2. Warfaror on October 18, 2015

      What a great refreshing game idea, I am in. But I have some humble observations I hope you don't mind me sharing as an average consumer. $10.00 is too inexpensive a staring purchase cost - it makes me wonder if this not a fully developed game or maybe more of a glorified mobile app. Don't sell yourself short, the value of this game is hurt by the low price - I think entry level could be $25.00 and you would not lose any backers.

      Also the title and inclusion of the robots - all that does is muddy he vision for me of what this game is and about. A feudal Japan with magic is great - add robots and not sure what you are going for now. Don't get me wrong robots, Japan, monsters all great. But why not use magic to explain "robots" call them Bunraku infused with the soul of the user. And "A Credible Tale" does not tell me anything - I am sure you agonized over the name but keep it short and compelling, people don't know they want to play this game, help them know this game is different and awesome with a simple (short) title that grabs them.

      Finally this world is great, the elements are well thought out and the concept is solid. Ever thought about a card game in this universe to start - those games get funded all the time on Kickstarter. Much smaller start up costs and could get buyers into the universe without so much up front cost - you could bring in that element from an expert has done that before.

      I am not trying to sound like a know-it-all because I don't know what could make this more successful, no one does. But I think some changes are needed because what you have going is close but not quite there yet. I love what I see here and it has great potential, but maybe with some marketing help this thing could blow up. I seriously hope to see this on a handheld Nintendo system someday.

    3. Daniel Henninger
      on October 13, 2015

      Awesome glad to hear it! And here's hoping that you don't have to use such a plan! =)

    4. Overclocked Games Creator on October 12, 2015

      Hi Daniel, we certainly do have some contingency plans we're working on internally and we plan to share them soon in an update. No need to worry though, the short answer is that no matter what happens we will finish this game.

    5. Daniel Henninger
      on October 12, 2015

      Hrm. Wish that number were rising faster. Do you have plans in place for if the kickstarter does not succeed?

    6. Overclocked Games Creator on October 1, 2015

      Thanks Michael! I see the wikipedia page in question actually got taken down for being "Unambiguous advertising or promotion", but your valiant efforts still fulfill the community quest criteria we set, so that's one more down! We'll update the image on the campaign tonight and include a note in tomorrow's update!

    7. Kolkrabba
      on September 30, 2015

      A wiki page is in the works. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Credible_Tale_of_Yokai,_Robots,_and_the_Lunar_Tourist

      Anyone with more experience editing Wikipedia than I should, by all means, help flesh it out.

    8. Overclocked Games Creator on September 24, 2015

      Thanks Kevin! We can't wait to hear it and mark down another step closer to fulfilling those Community Quests!

    9. Kevin VW on September 24, 2015

      Awesome art style, guys. Count me in! (also, music remix incoming!)

    10. Overclocked Games Creator on September 21, 2015

      Thank you Alex, we really appreciate your support! We're big fans of Healing Process: Tokyo as well and very happy they helped you find us!

    11. Alex Grave on September 21, 2015

      Looks really damn cool^_^ I love classic japanese culture, music, and folklore! Hope this gets funded!!

      (Btw, the guys at Healing Process: Tokyo brought me here)