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Bloodstained Adds Surprise $5.5 Mil Stretch Goal For Final 6 Hours

With a whopping $5.16 million in their piggy bank, ArtPlay has decided to up the ante for their last 6 hours on Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’s Kickstarter. Only hours ago, backers demolished the gap necessary to get the console/handheld prequel and Roguelike Dungeon Mode. However, the newest stretch goal hopes to bring a Boss Revenge Mode:

At $5.5 million you have the opportunity to unlock Boss Revenge Mode:

* Control several different bosses
* Utilize their special attacks to wreak havok
* Explore a new BOSS REVENGE area
* Turn the tables and defeat “Hero” Bosses in your pursuit of humanity’s destruction

Can you do it? It may depend on how quickly you can recruit new members into your army.

This underdog story seems to have no end — we will see how deep backers’ pockets and aptitude for generosity is by the end of the day.

28 comments

            1. Sega fanboy killer cant accept the genesis outsold the snes in the usa japan dont count and hes a punk ass kid sega used to be better than nintendo in the 16 bit days but hes a kid he dont know that

              1. Nah, it’s just you’re just a sega crybaby who fails at everything.

                As expected, sega fanboys always fail and just like sucking sega’s nuts

                1. Go ahead save your energy drink money and buy you a god damn sega!!!!….i know u fucking want one..

              2. Sega fanboys are too dumb and scared to admit Sega sucks shit

                Guess that’s what happens when you get brain cancer from geneshit

    1. They reached the previous stretch goal so they had to add something to keep the money coming. And stretchgoals really do reflect what game development is like: more funding, more content.

      1. Goal funded they got 5 million on a metriodvania who give a shit the 9ld castkevania were better asshole

    1. I want that doodle IGA made in the game now though…Bismark Kappa the III has to be a thing

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