Liege lays siege on Kickstarter and where the money goes

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Liege lays siege on Kickstarter and where the money goes


With Kickstarter projects, it's important to know where your money is going. Liege creator John Rhee attacks this issue for his own campaign with an in-depth gameplay video featuring seven minutes of commentary and gameplay.

Liege is a turn- and party-based RPG for PC, Mac, iOS and Android, due out in early 2014. It tells the story of a violent civil war that engulfs an entire kingdom, following the mysterious deaths of the royal family. Liege features eight playable characters from disparate backgrounds, but whose destinies eventually align. Gameplay doesn't include "jarring transitions," Rhee says.

"As war erupts across the land, we track the converging paths of characters aligned across various factions, from the noble houses vying for the throne, to the orphaned Royal Army, to an underground movement of outlaws with plans to incite revolution amidst the chaos," the Kickstarter page reads.

Liege is already funded on Kickstarter – it hit its target of $15,000 in less than one week – and it still has 27 days to go. It's also up for a spot on Steam Greenlight.
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