Remember the squillions of dollars people threw at the Dark Souls board game when that was announced? The makers of that are back with their next project, a board game spin-off of Resident Evil 2.
The project was fully funded within an hour of the Kickstarter project going live, which isn't much of a surprise given how successful the Dark Souls game was.
Unlike Dark Souls, this is a co-op experience rather than a competitive affair. Games last around 20 hours supposedly, with players given scenario briefs and layouts detailing the enemies, encounters and items they'll face in a level.
Players get to choose from Robert Kendo, Ada Wong, Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy. The game will also ship with a "fully supported narrative campaign" for a longer experience, or a standalone mode for casual, shorter sessions.
It'll cost you around $120 if you want to back the game and have it shipped to Australia, mind you, although for large games like this that's kind of par for the course. Shipping isn't expected to start until September next year, although just backing the game at this point will get you all future stretch goals (which includes new weapons, extra zombies, and a licker, which is a monster that, well, licks).
There's also ways to spend even more money if you're into that, like a retro-themed pack and an expansion with extra bosses and scenarios. You can read more about that on the campaign page.