Indivisible Prototype Heads to PSN

Crowdfunding to develop a game can be a difficult task.  Asking gamers to show monetary support for something they can’t play and have no guarantee if the finished product will deliver is a hard ask.  Unless you have a beloved franchise like Shenmue or hail from a legendary creator like Mighty No. 9, raising funds isn’t easy.  Lab Zero Games is taking a unique approach to generate funds for their crowd funded game Indivisible

The developers behind Skullgirls are bringing a playable demo to PSN on November 3rd.  Already available on the PC, the demo will now be open to PlayStation 4 owners to test out and get a feel of what to expect from the game.  Indivisible is a side-scrolling action RPG set in a huge fantasy world.

The main character is Ajna, a young tomboy who discovers she possesses hidden abilities and sets out on a quest to discover their nature.  Lab Zero’s goal is 1.5 million.  It is a fixed funding campaign, so the game will only get made if funding is reached.  Currently they are at 38% funding with 13 days left in the campaign.  If you want to contribute, check out their indiegogo page here.


My Opinion:

I think this is a really good idea to help raise funds for the game.  Often times it has been done for the PC, but I can’t really think of an example where console owners got to experience something like this.  As someone who isn’t a PC gamer, I know I will be checking out the game on my PS4.  The developers still have a sizeable amount of money to raise, so I hope they are able to reach the goal in the time remaining. 

Darius Purse is an Associate Writer at MONG and if you want to talk Games, TV, or MMA feel free to follow him on Twitter.




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