Kickstarter-funded Liege adds PS4, PS Vita stretch goal

$52,000 brings 16-bit RPG to Sony platforms.

Liege, a Kickstarter-funded “modern re-imagining of the classic 16-bit RPG,” has added a stretch goal for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita ports.

Developer Coda Games was recently approved by Sony Computer Entertainment to bring the game to their platforms.

The stretch goal is set at $52,000 (Update: The goal has since been changed to $48,000). The game has currently raised over $31,000—more than double its initial $15,000 goal.

If you want to see these ports happen, head over to the Kickstarter and help fund the game. Watch a gameplay introduction video below.

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