A double Kickstarter campaign for the video games Armed Fantasia: To the End of the Wilderness and Penny Blood has been started by Wild Bunch Productions and Yukikaze. In contrast with the latter, the latter is a true successor to Shadow Hearts. \n \nBoth Wild Bunch and Yukikaze were created by the same people who worked on Wild Arms and Shadow Hearts, respectively. The campaign, which will start on August 29 and ask for $750,000 for both games, aims to build massively multiplayer role-playing games (JRPGs) that are inspired by these vintage games. \n \nThe story of a young bloke named Ingram, who lost his grandfather, is followed in the film Armed Fantasia, which is set in the wild west of Londenium. He is a Pioneer, an adventurer who uses the ARM weapon to battle the Anomalies that plague Londenium. \n \nIn this turn-based RPG, players can interrupt their opponents' turn order by executing repeated actions. It also has a sizable globe map, and each party member has their own special gadget that they can use to get over barriers. \n \nDuring the Roaring Twenties in the 1920s, Penny Blood is a grim gothic role-playing game that features Matthew Farrell, a private investigator for the Bureau of Investigation in New York. \n \nHe investigates a psychiatric hospital after an incident prompts him to do so, but discovers it to be full of monsters. He defeats them by using the transformational talents he inherited from his father. Matthew will go to Asia and Europe as part of the plot. The game also uses turns, but there are also some reaction-time components. \n \nA "combo metre" that is shared by both Kickstarter projects will have an impact on the stretch goals for both games. Contributing to one game's stretch goals will also help with the other game's ambitions. Both games' PC releases will be confirmed if they raise the required amount of money. \n \nThe games will be released on Nintendo's most current hardware, the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and other platforms that have further stretch goals.