Victory

A project in Las Vegas, NV by Petroglyph
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A World War II, team-based, action-strategy game where you collect companies of units and battle in quick online matches
Backers: 360
Average Pledge Per Backer: $82

Funded: $29,471 of $700,000
Dates: Mar 5th -> Apr 5th (31 days)
Project By: Petroglyph
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Latest News

Defeat: Petroglyph Cancels Victory Kickstarter

March 19th - via: rockpapershotgun.com
Victory! Is not a word I plan to use to name anything ever – except perhaps my arch-nemesis if I’m given the opportunity to travel back in time, be present at their birth, and choose their name. Reason being, cosmic irony is a looming, universe engulfing bastard, and it will paint a target on your back for so audaciously daring to believe you might succeed. (Read More)

Petroglyph's Victory Kickstarter defeated

March 18th - via: eurogamer.net
It didn't work out on Kickstarter for RTS house Petroglyph. The drive to fund online strategy game Victory ended in defeat. An agonisingly slow start forced Petroglyph to pull the plug. "Victory (Cancelled)" raised only $30,000 of its $700,000 target. (Read More)

Petroglyph’s ‘Victory’ Kickstarter falls well wide of its goal

March 18th - via: vg247.com
Petroglyph’s campaign to crowd-fund its indie RTS ‘Victory’ has failed to bear fruit, falling well short of its $700,000 target with less than $30,00 raised. (Read More)

Victory concedes defeat, as Petroglyph cancel Kickstarter campaign

March 18th - via: pcgamer.com
Victory concedes defeat, as Petroglyph cancel Kickstarter campaign at PC Gamer. PCGamer.com is the official web counterpart to the PC Gamer print magazine. Exclusive reviews, demos, and updates and news on all your favourite PC gaming franchises. (Read More)

Petroglyph Cancels ‘Victory’ Kickstarter, Should Other Developers Follow?

March 18th - via: flesheatingzipper.com
This past Friday, Petroglyph Studios – known for being most of the former Westwood Studios guys who created Command & Conquer some twenty years ago – canceled their Kickstarter for their game Victory. Petroglyph, like so many small developers these days, has been seeking creative and financial independence through crowdsourcing and their WWII-themed RTS/MOBA Victory was their key to the kingdom, but with twenty-six days remaining, the effort was stopped. (Read More)

Announcing the end of the Kickstarter campaign

March 15th - via: kickstarter.com
We are announcing the end of the Kickstarter campaign for Victory.  We want to gratefully thank all of our backers for your support of the game, and to thank everyone who sent us feedback about it.  We’ve listened carefully to what the... (Read More)

Feature Spotlight: Map Design

March 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Philosophy of Map DesignMaps in Victory are an integral part of the gameplay. Much of the focus is on players making smart use of the terrain to tactically outperform their opponents. To that end, every map will be carefully designed to allow players... (Read More)

Micro-transactions and Victory

March 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, First, a big thank you to everyone who has been supporting the Victory project so far, we are carefully listening to all of the feedback that's being posted and sent to us. One of the biggest comments we see is the concern that the game... (Read More)

Exclusive Hands-On First Look at Victory

March 11th - via: kickstarter.com
More gameplay footage has arrived! Check out this first look of Victory with Ohmwrecker on his YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/MaskedGamer. Watch how he intensely plays Victory hands-on while our designer, Evan Humphreys, answers... (Read More)

Not So Massively: SimCity's launch fiasco, Victory's kickstarter

March 11th - via: massively.joystiq.com
Fresh from its work on End of Nations, developer Petroglyph launched a Kickstarter campaign this week for its own online RTS Victory. The campaign hit $19,574 in the first five days but has a long way to go to hit its $700,000 target. SimCity's always-online DRM backfired spectacularly as launch server capacity and stability issues left thousands unable to play what they thought of as a largely singleplayer game. (Read More)

Victory action-strategy game hits Kickstarter

March 7th - via: slashgear.com
It’s not uncommon at all for video games to turn up on Kickstarter seeking the funds for development. It’s particularly common for independent game developers to turn to crowd-sourced funding sites such as Kickstarter to raise money. The latest video game to turn up on Kickstarter is called Victory. (Read More)

Victory Gameplay Walkthrough

March 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone! We know there's been some discussion in regards to exactly what the Victory gameplay will look like, so we wanted to release a video of our prototype demo to give you an early impression of the gameplay in the final game. We would love... (Read More)

End of Nations developer launches Kickstarter for World War II strategy game Victory

March 6th - via: polygon.com
End of Nations and Panzer General series developer Petroglyph Games launched a Kickstarter campaign today for the studio's latest project, World War II action strategy title Victory. Victory, in development for Windows PC, features online team-based arena combat, a quick-match feature for 15 to 20 minute fights and collectible units, allowing each player to build their own customizable armies. Units can be earned or bought in special Commander Packs, which will add random units to players' infantry. Players will also have to pay attention to the line of sight, ground height and nearby cover when tackling enemies, adding a tactical layer to combat. (Read More)

Petroglyph puts Victory on Kickstarter, hopes for victory

March 6th - via: massively.joystiq.com
The stack of games made about World War II is pretty thick at this point, but Petroglyph is hoping to add another game to that lineup with its newest Kickstarter project, Victory. Fresh off of its departure from the End of Nations project, the studio is trying something different with the game's formula. It's a strategy game in real-time, but it's not an RTS; rather, it's closer to playing World of Tanks with control over an entire squad. (Read More)

Petroglyph Reveals Victory On Kickstarter

March 6th - via: heraldonline.com
LAS VEGAS, NV - Petroglyph launches the Kickstarter campaign for their recently-announced World War II action strategy game, Victory .  The crowdfunding campaign reveals game details that set the stage for Victory to deliver a fresh, new experience in online strategy gaming. (Read More)

Feature Spotlight: Companies

March 5th - via: kickstarter.com
IntroIn this update, we wanted to describe how the companies work in Victory. Let's take a look at the (work in progress) Depot screen where you manage your companies. What are Companies?In Victory, a Company is the squad that you bring with you... (Read More)

Pushing the Big Red Button

March 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Here's our midnight Victory Kickstarter countdown project launch sequence, as wacky as it is.  In this video (shot from Mike Legg's iPad), we're obviously all quite sleep deprived, pseudo-caffeinated, a bit confused and wonky. It includes Oksana... (Read More)

Petroglyph launches Kickstarter for WWII arena strategy game, Victory

March 5th - via: incgamers.com
Since it was teased last week, there’s been some curiosity surrounding Petroglyph’s WWII-based strategy title, Victory. Today, the developer has revealed more details about the game and launched a Kickstarter campaign to rustle up war bonds … er … funds for the project. (Read More)

Victory Unveiled! Petroglyph Aims to Shake Up Team-Based Action Strategy

March 5th - via: rtsguru.com
Victory developed by Petroglyph is an action strategy game that takes place during World War II. It pits teams against each other in matches lasting from around 15 to 20 minutes. Players can tailor their own set of units and charge into battle to destroy others. (Read More)

Petroglyph Victory Interview

March 5th - via: incgamers.com
Last week, Petroglyph quietly put up a game announcement for a project called Victory on a new Facebook page. Following its official announcement today we managed to catch up with the Petroglyph team to find out more about their new WWII online strategy title, and the Kickstarter campaign to get it funded. (Read More)

Petroglyph's Victory: WWII Meets Action-Strategy with a Hint of Pokemon

March 5th - via: rtsguru.com
Victory developed by Petroglyph is an action strategy game that takes place during World War II. It pits teams against each other in matches lasting from around 15 to 20 minutes. Players can tailor their own set of units and charge into battle to destroy others. (Read More)

Victory Kickstarter interview with StrategyInformer

March 5th - via: strategyinformer.com
When one door closes, another opens. Petroglpyh may no longer be working on End of Nations, but that doesn’t mean they still don’t have projects on the go. Victory, is their latest title. A Tactical MOBA of sorts, this WWII themed action strategy sets teams of two against each other in order to control key territories, and/or wipe out the other player. We spoke to Lead Designer Evan Humphreys to find out more... (Read More)

News: Victory is Petroglyph's 'MOTA', studio "very cautious" of pay-to-win pitfalls

March 3rd - via: strategyinformer.com
In our chat with Petroglyph's lead designer Evan Humphreys, we discussed their newly announced Victory action-strategy that's just begun a Kickstarter campaign. The developer is looking for $700k. (Read More)

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