I’m calling The JRPG Tabletop Adventure Game a behemoth because it has more than 1300 components and four 350-paged books. Designer Luke Peterschmidt is asking for $90,000 to bring this game to market, but the Kickstarter has been live for a scant few hours, already has 100 backers and nearly $10,000 pledged. It’s a board game designed to simulate Japanese computer RPGs.
It’s much cheaper to be an early bird. You can check progress at the Kickstarter page.
If you’re quick enough, you can get the game for the mere US $119 and then pay a (likely to be significant) shipping fee. After that, the US-only version of the game is US $199 or $155 plus shipping.
All tiers are limited in number. The fastest-selling tier is the only worldwide tier.
There’s a reason why the Kickstarter pitch gets to this video review/demo from The One Stop Co-op Shop early. Mike loves the game.
I found the video a helpful way to understand better what the product actually was but found the reviewer’s obvious enthusiasm for the game infectious, so watch at your own risk!
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