Frontwing, Japanese developer of visual novel games, has announced that its official localization of the visual novel Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers will get both a physical and digital PS Vita release if the stretch goal of $120,000 for the PS Vita port is met.
On December 2, the Kickstarter campaign run by Frontwing in collaboration with Tokyo Otaku Mode has reached its $80,000 goal only 10 days after being launched. At the time of writing, $87,000 have been pledged with 9 days to go.
Backers who support the campaign can choose between a PC and a PS Vita version if the PS Vita stretch goal will be hit. For $30, backers will get a digital PS Vita version which will be valid in the North American PlayStation Store while all who pledge $40 or more will get a physical PS Vita copy with special Kickstarter-exclusive packaging for backers.
If the PS Vita stretch goal is met, for non-backers physical PS Vita copies with non-exclusive art will be available directly from the publisher Limited Run Games, as well as a digital release on the North American PlayStation Store.
First released in 2005 by AKABEi SOFT2, Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers is a Japanese visual novel that has touched the hearts of countless fans and is celebrated as a masterpiece in the history of Japanese visual novels.
If you want to support the campaign, head over to the project’s Kickstarter page.
Check out the Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers – Demo Movie: