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LOL, poor people are funny.
His summary is just common sense. Unfortunately, common sense hasn't been so common in the past few years.Slapshot1188 said:That was a really great article...
Of note for those who did not know:
In response to PC Gamer's inquiry, Kickstarter told me they've informed Intrepid Studios, which has removed Kickstarter pledges from its referral program. Since then, Intrepid Studios has significantly updated their referral program page to reflect these changes and has removed examples of how much money YouTubers could hope to make. They’ve also specified that the cash that people can earn from the referral program will be paid out quarterly after the game has launched.
I think he also summed it up well:
There’s potential for something great, but the risks feel greater too. Anyone thinking of supporting Ashes of Creation prior to launch, whether through Kickstarter or any other means, should think carefully before proceeding.
Hmm.. I wonder if it's even legit to update the referral program retroactively. I mean, some people may have paid money to advertise the game under the assumption that they would get 15% of revenue they generated...