The second time is the charm for indie developer En House Studios. The first time they tried to get their mystery and exploration RPG GLITCH
off the ground in 2014, it failed to reach its goal. Now called GLITCHED
, it's a Kickstarter success story. With four days to go, GLITCHED's
campaign has earned more than seven times the $7,500 price tag needed to fund the game for PC and surpassed its respective $40,000 and $50,000 goals to come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
En House describes GLITCHED
as "a fourth wall breaking RPG" where the protagonist slowly realizes the existence of you, the player. The game touts a personality and morality system impacted by your choices, traditional turn-based combat with some twists like being able to end confrontations non-violently through items or actions, an original soundtrack and more.
If you like what you see, as of this writing you've still got four days to back the game by visiting its Kickstarter page here
is currently estimated to release somewhere in the neighborhood of February 2018.