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Not sure I agree with risk free.Slapshot1188 said:Disagree.
The nature of Kickstarter is that it's a fairly risk free endeavor for the developer. The Kickstarter funding does not seem to have dried up at all. Just look at Ashes of Creation...
Even if a bunch of these Crowdfunded games fail.. all it takes is a great sounding concept and some slick marketing and you can nab hundreds of thousands of dollars... if not millions.
The only thing that will jeopardize the Crowdfunding of games is if companies are actually held accountable for delivering on their promises.
Until then... Crowdfunding MMOs is better than the lottery. They used to say all it takes is a dollar and a dream to win the lottery. With Crowdfunding the developer doesn't even need the dollar. They use your dollar.
Haha, that's still the honeymoon phase though. I've had a few titles that were addictive as hell at first, and then a few weeks later the interest fades more and more until you just can't be arsed to touch it anymore.rojoArcueid said:if we are talking about modern games for me it's probably GW2 or Warframe. For older games i don't even remember.
And if Capcom supports Monster Hunter World in the long term then i suspect i will surpass those two games. I got 22 hours in and i cannot put it down. So much fun. And i'm not even counting how many hours i'll play with my PC friends when it launches on Steam. /bye real life.