Ken Levine attempts to save The Black Glove Kickstarter

Ken Levine attempts to save The Black Glove Kickstarter

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A last ditch plea from Mr Levine for Day for Night Games The Black Glove.

The Black Glove looks like a really interesting title and it’s falling woefully short of its Kickstarter goal of $550,00 having raised $171,171 so far. As you can see it’s failing miserably to reach its goal but Ken Levine has stepped in to offer his support.

Why? Levine has worked with the development team on the Bioshock Infinite at Irrational and if you watched the original pitch (see below) you can see some style similarities. The Black Glove looks like a pretty mad game and it could be for that reason that backers have’n’t flocked with open wallets to support the game.

With so many run of the mill games hitting Kickstarter, and even Steam Early Access, it would be a shame not to see The Black Glove make its goal. If anything the pitch has me intrigued about what they’re creating.

Ken admits he’s not played The Black Glove but weighs in with his support for the development team.

The Black Glove only has three days left to run on Kickstarter and a miracle may happen and the game might actually get made.

Thanks PCGamer.

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  • Paul Younger

    Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

    • USMC03Vet

      He is shilling for his pals is all. He has enough money that if he truly thought it was a good game he could, you know, invest some venture capital into it and get a return. He won’t though because what he’s selling is BS, but that’s ok, just as long as his pals are rewarded.

      Is this what gaming has turned into? Developers shilling for other developers to get gamers to remove the risk involved in their profession?

      Go pound sand, Ken.

      • Paul Younger

        It’s not the best way to handle it and I’m sure he could stump up the cash if he wanted to. Who knows, he might just do that. The game does look interesting though and I would like to see more of it.

    • lazerbeak

      sorry I cant tell everything from the video I have zero understanding of what the game is or about