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Submitted by VicTheVoice 540d ago | opinion piece

Enough with the nostalgia Kickstarter

After seeing games receive some major successes on the online “crowd source” investment initiative known as Kickstarter, it's not hard to see why developers are jumping on the band wagon. But as more and more games pop up on Kickstarter, it’s hard not to notice the amount of projects looking to the 80s and 90s gaming to entice donations.. (Dev, Double Fine, Double Fine Adventure, Industry, Inherit the Earth, Kickstarter, Wildman)

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