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Venris, famed developer of Total War: Warhammer III's SFO mod, is having a go at doing a Kickstarter for his own project.



The guy has done so much good for the TW: WH scene, backing this is a no-brainer for me.
Guy could've created a My Little Pony-clone and I still would have chipped in.

Seems like he's going for the curse of "Evil Overlord Simulation" albeit with a somewhat different angle.

Definitely one problem I see in the campaign is that it's difficult to get an idea what the game is actually going to be / what it would play like.
After watching the video and reading the page, I'm still not entirely sure - not an uncommon problem for projects that aim to mix genres wildly.
 

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