HomeNewsInafune Kickstarter RED ASH Gets Console Port Stretch Goal Trace Wysaske July 8, 2015 News, Kickstart This It’s not lighting the world on fire like its cousin Mighty No. 9 did, but RED ASH – The Indelible Legend is still inching towards its $800,000 funding goal. Five days into the campaign, the project has secured a little over $325,000 with many fans attributing the slow start to the lack of console support. Today, however, Comcept announced they’d be fixing that with a new stretch goal. Should RED ASH hit $1 million in funding, a console port will be produced for a yet to be determined console platform. In the coming weeks, Comcept’s going to cast a preliminary vote to gauge which console is most desired by its backers with a final vote to conducted after the Kickstarter concludes provided the stretch goal is met. The early front-runner seems to be the PS4, but there’s more than a few fans clamoring for a Wii U or 3DS port. If you’re interested in seeing this spiritual successor to the beloved Mega Man Legends series make its way to a Nintendo console, now’s as good a time as ever to show your support. And remember: legends never die! [Back RED ASH – The Indelible Legend] Share this post: No related posts. ComceptKickstarterMighty No. 9Red AshDeNA: 5 Nintendo Games in 5 Different Genres on MobileNintendo Download Highlights for July 9thAbout The AuthorTrace WysaskeFormer Co-Editor Trace Wysaske lives somewhere in Washington, and when he isn't compulsively hunting Green Stars or felling the Lagiacrus, he's writing about everything from forlorn Japanese teachers to well-mannered crows. He still needs to play Ghost Trick.