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Thread: Amazing 80s Sci-Fi Inspired Videogame on KickStarter

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    Default Amazing 80s Sci-Fi Inspired Videogame on KickStarter

    Hey guys,

    Have a look at this game on Kickstarter. It's got beautiful artwork and looks like it could really be something good. Also, if it goes into production, it should stand have a pretty awesome soundtrack with some really good 80s style Synthwave artists contributing (and us ).

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...wer-drive-2000



    If you like the look of it, drop a few dollars in it and tell your friends. This game needs to get made
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    Wow! That does look amazing!
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    That game is more 80's than well the 80s.
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    I was skeptical when reading "Amazing" in the thread title but truly this one looks to be.
    I'm amazed that someone took this approach to a new racing game, and it appears to be fantastically promising.

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    This looks like Outrun that had an overdose of 80s and synthetic drugs.

    By that I mean it looks pretty awesome. It's nice to know that occasionally there are actually good things on kickstarter.

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    Awesome
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    Looks cool, has a reasonable funding goal. I'll keep an eye on it.

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    I'd be more than happy to drop them some dollars if I could.

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    Reminds me of Top Gear 3000 a bit
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    I'm concerned this one might not make it. It needs more press.

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    I think they had saved a nitro for the last lap, 'cause it feels like they managed to do it:
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...-2000/comments

    It was also Greenlit on Steam:
    http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfile.../?id=434946585


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    Very nice! I really didn't think they'd make it. Looking forward to giving it a go.

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