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'Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth' Kickstarter hits PS Vita stretch goal

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On Thursday, the Kickstarter for the anime-inspired visual novel, "Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth," has hit its stretch goal for a PS Vista port.

Taking inspiration from dialogue-driven games like "Ace Attorney" and "Zero Escape," "Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth" reached the $40,000 stretch goal for it to be ported using Unity. By using Unity, Kwan, the game's developer, will be able to port the game on the PS Vita, iOS and Android. While Nintendo said in March they were working on bringing Unity to the 3DS, there's still no solid release date for it. Nonetheless, Kwan has kept the 3DS as a possible home for their game.

One important thing to note: Since "Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth" is participating in Ouya's "Fund the Game" program, mobile and PS Vita ports of the game won't come until at least three months after its debut on PC/Mac/Linux and Ouya.

While "Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth" has done an excellent job at accumulating its Kickstarter goal of $32,000 and hitting its PS Vita stretch goal, there's one stretch goal left it needs to hit before the crowdfunded campaign ends today: Full voice acting. Set at $55,000, Kwan will provide full voice acting for "Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth" with the help of Team Four Star, who are best known for "Dragon Ball Z: Abridged." Currently, the Kickstarter campaign has earned $52,000; $3,000 away from its final stretch goal.

Voice clips of the game's characters are available to listen on the official "Exogenesis" Soundcloud account. Also available to listen on Soundcloud is a few musicals tracks composed by John Delvento, co-founder of Blue Light Music Group.

Set in the year 2069, treasure hunter Yudai Sayashi must find the fabled Noah's Ark and its Lazarus Protocol, said to recreate anything from the past, in order to bring his dead sister Miho back to life. At the time of this writing, the "Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth" Kickstarter has five hours left in its crowdfunded campaign.

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