Back in April this year, we reported that Conatus Creative — previously known as Combit Studios — was developing a sequel to River City Ransom, which was first released on the NES back in 1989. The company had planned to run a crowdufunding campaign towards the end of the Summer to help fund the game.
Earlier this month, the developer launched a Kickstarter campaign for River City Ransom: Underground, with $112,599 raised out of a $180,000 target at the time of writing.
However, at the time of launching the campaign, specific platforms on which the game would be released weren't in the description, but since then there's been an update on the project's page which includes Wii U and 3DS stretch goals. Conatus Creative is seeking $320,000 to bring the title to Nintendo's current home and handheld devices.
With 11 days to go, will River City Ransom: Underground reach $320,000 and grace the Wii U and 3DS? Will you be backing the game to make it happen? Let us know in the comment section below.