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Submitted by DBergmark 888d ago | opinion piece

Kickstarter: What is it good for?

Drew Bergmark of Original-Gamer.com: Since Kickstarter has become a relevant platform for crowdsourcing, critics have challenged what people put on there. From the CodeHero fiasco that seemingly hasn't resided to other unfinished fully-funded projects, many consumers stay away from such proposals and wait for them to come to online or brick and mortar retailers. Maybe, that's not a bad thing after all. (Alex Peake, Android, Ellwood Bartlett, Kickstarter, PC, Richard Garriott, Susan Wilson)

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