That game had a great atmosphere, despite the strange graphics and movement system - or perhaps because of them. I also really liked the localization, they did a great job and contributed a lot to the game's atmosphere.
My main problem was that i played the game knowing there would not be a sequel, so i was expecting the entire story to be wrapped up nicely. So i was a little disappointed in the game because of it, despite still loving it.
Now, to get back on topic, i am not very familiar with game development, specially the financial area, so i am curious: Assuming there is a kickstarter for Zero Escape 3, what would be the amount needed to fund the development of the game? I think novels are one of the most affordable genre to develop, since it's mostly text-based and not much gameplay. There is still the cost of the 3D characters model, puzzles, soundtrack and voice actors, among other things, but compared to more traditional games, i assume the overall cost is much much lower. Is this about right, or there are things i'm ignoring?