It’s looking nice so far, personally I would have waited until I had more content before starting a kickstarter type event.
People like to see flashy graphics (or at least charming, oldschool graphics) before they commit to spending any money.
You can improve the character movment by better use of the the servo control type motion actuator. Look for a tutorial on how to use it, as it’s not easy to guess. You can also find some good tutorials on character animation, blending animations so the the character belnds in to a default animation when stationary.
Also I would reduce the specular intensity of all my materials to zero, this gives a much less plastic effect. And some dark mood lighting might give it more of a survival-horror type atmosphere.
Also to drum up business on the kickstarter you may want to get a close friend or family member to put in a couple of dollars and post a couple of positive comments. You know people tend not to eat at resturants which are empty because the lack of customers could indicate that the food is not delicious.