The Sea of Stars Kickstarter is looking to pull in $90k to consider itself a success. Usually hitting a funding goal means the game is going to go from a concept to real deal, but that's not the case with Sea of Stars. In an interview with Dtoid, Sabotage co-founder and creative director Thierry Boulanger says the game is getting made no matter what. Then why put together the Kickstarter, you ask?
"We're not financially dependent on the Kickstarter because you can't realistically ask for even five percent of what it actually costs to make a game with 16 people over three years. But, we still need to check in with the fan base to sort of get that validation that people will be there to play it in the end if we commit to it."