Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night‘s Kickstarter continues to go strong, and to keep hype up, Iga and his crew have added more stretch goals for backers to hit. A collection of mini stretch goals have been added below the original batch, with every $40,000 above $2.5 million reached adding a new 8-bit song to the soundtrack for classic mode, which unlocked at $2.5 million itself. Anyone who backed (or backs) $60 or more and chose the PC version of the game will now have access to Bloodstained‘s beta, when it is ready, which will both give Inti Creates a lot of much welcome feedback and allow early access to a fair number of fans.

They also added a castle basement to the stretch goals, and for Wii U owners “we’ve heard legends about a remarkable treasure hidden in the castle basement…”

That line has been appended to the Kickstarter’s “What about Nintendo and/or handhelds?” section of the FAQ, and two more stretch goals have been partially revealed in the castle basement, which will unlock after backers get 30 of this rather playful campaign’s backer achievements.

At $2.75 million, Iga plans on making this game his largest (physically) yet, but the $3 million stretch goal is still a little in the dark. That addendum above could be our hint, though: a remarkable treasure in the castle basement. There’s not a lot visible, yet, though we tweaked the brightness/contrast a bit for a touch more clarity, but doesn’t that look a bit like the top of a Wii U logo?

Source: Kickstarter

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Stefan Terry
One of my earliest memories with games was just after Pokémon had come out in the states for the first time. I remember, after having watched the show for a couple weeks, stumbling across a friend with an original Gameboy playing Pokémon Red version using a Weedle. When he told me he was playing Pokémon, I told him I didn't know there was a Pokémon that had a pumpkin for a head. Boy games have come a long way. Speaking of games, I also contribute to making them somewhat professionally, and ocassionaly write about them. You should see some of that games writing stuff, I hear it's real popular with the kids these days.

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