Dragon Fin Soup needs your support

Indie development studio Grimm Bros has today released a trailer for their Kickstarter project and forthcoming action adventure RPG, Dragon Fin Soup which is planned for release on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Playstation Vita in 2014. The team are looking to raise $24,000 USD, so if you’re interested (which you should be) then head on over to the official Kickstarter page and pledge your support.

About Dragon Fin Soup:

Dragon Fin Soup is a charming, classic console RPG-style game that blends tactical action and roguelike elements with tales of murder, madness and a splash of dark, humorous libations.

The world of Dragon Fin Soup begins on the back of Asura, a giant dragon-turtle god who swims the multiverse of space-time, players choose to unravel the tale of their character in Story Mode or embark on a journey to discover the wilds of Asura in Survival Mode. With a variety of compelling locations to explore including spider forests, ice caves, abandoned mines, scorching deserts, mushroom forests and haunted mansions, Dragon Fin Soup kicks off the action with the tale of Red Robin, whose bloody dark past comes back to haunt her with a vengeance.

Story mode focuses on storytelling, character progression and exploration. Beginning in a country village where players learn the mysteries of the world and encounter a custom blend of scripted events, crafted story quests and procedurally generated missions.

Survival mode plays like a classic Roguelike and is designed for the thrills and scares that come with exploring the dungeons, permanent death, fighting monsters and surviving to achieve the highest scores.

To become a backer for the Dragon Fin Soup Kickstarter, please visit: http://kck.st/1cTbc5U
For more information on Grimm Bros, please visit: http://grimm-bros.com
For more information on Dragon Fin Soup, please visit: http://dragonfinsoup.com
Steam Greenlight page: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=231462918

 

Written by: Robert Cram

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