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Previous kickstarter campaigns I considered backing have shown videos of their completed work in a near-alpha state. The games were playable, but all of the content had yet to be developed. What does CU have, other than a legendary lead game developer who has shared his dream for the game?
I can't justify pledging money to a bunch of promises with no substance. I appreciate those who did, because that means the game might be funded and I might get to see the finished product. I'm just not a fan of the kickstarter concept. To me, it is worse than paying to get in to a beta. Once you donate, there is no guarantee the game will turn into something you are interested in. At least with paying for beta access, you have the chance to cancel a pre-order if you feel the game is not worth paying for. I've never done it, but I want the option to be there, just in case.