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  • ttubravesrock
    +5

    Like this article says, Kickstarter is a terrible medium for video game projects. Unless a major video game studio used Kickstarter to 'gauge interest' in one of their project games, I don't know if I would trust any video game on Kickstarter. However, in the past 3 years I've backed 12 projects. All but one of them have gone at least a month past their original schedule, which I'm fine with. I don't expect them to meet their optimistic schedules. I have had one bad experience where at this point I don't think I will get the product or a refund. I am still using Kickstarter and don't plan on stopping because of one bad experience.

    Also, it is great for board games. 5 of the 12 projects I've backed have been board games and 4 of those 5 are in our regular board game rotation (I haven't received the 5th yet).

    • gottlieb
      +4

      Remember just a few years ago board game pitches were constant running joke about what not to ever invest in.

      • ttubravesrock
        +4

        There are a lot of creative people that may have never gotten their ideas out there if it weren't for crowdfunding.

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