Action side-scroller AeternoBlade will launch for Nintendo 3DS in North America Feb. 18, developer Corecell Technology recently announced via Facebook.
The game was slated to launch in January, but was delayed due to a "submission failure." In AeternoBlade, players take control of Freyja, a young woman with the power to control time, on her quest for vengeance.
Last June, Corecell Technology attempted to crowdfund the game's localization for Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii U and Windows PC. At the time of the campaign, the Japanese version of the Nintendo 3DS edition was said to be "approximately 90 percent complete."
The campaign raised only $1,028 of its $30,000 goal; however, thanks to Indiegogo's Flexible Funding options, the developer received all money raised for the project. According to the game's Facebook page, those who supported AeternoBlade on Indiegogo will receive a voucher to redeem the downloadable title.
AeternoBlade will be available for $14.99. Its first downloadable content pack, a watermelon bikini, will be released on launch day.
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