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The game will also appear on PlayStation 4 and Vita, though no date has been announced for them yet.
While the goal is high, set at $3.3 million dollars, Tim Schafer is confident the project will get it's funding.
In this modern gaming world, it's rare to see a genre not as well represented as the others. Even if you have to dig a little, there is always something for everyone, whether your looking for horror, platformers, or even simulation games. There is one genre, however, that seems to be a dying breed, a genre that is struggling to find it's place in this day and age. That genre is the point and click style of games. While they were everywhere in the earliest years of gaming, it's becoming more and more of a surprise to see one released by an indie studio, let alone a AAA developer. Broken Age is proof that the genre can and should survive, creating a wonderful, if sometimes frustrating, experience I couldn't put down.
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