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Submitted by gaiages 599d ago | news

Torment: Tides of Numenera Delayed

"It's a sad day for Torment: Tides of Numenera backers. In their latest Kickstarter update, Project Lead Kevin Saunders briefly talks about the game not being able to reach their original December 2014 release date." (Dev, Kickstarter, PC, Torment: Tides of Numenera)

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strangelove  +   599d ago
I like the whole Kickstarter thing, but there's no way I would pay for something I'm not going to see for more than two years.
gaiages  +   599d ago
I don't blame you. I do Kickstart things, including this game itself, but not being able to see the product in so long really is a sticking point. :(
Canary  +   599d ago
I see plenty of complaints like this, and similar to this, with regard to Kickstarter.

I just don't understand any of them.

I'm sure there are legitimate criticisms of crowdfunding from a developer's perspective, but a consumer?

You're essentially pre-ordering the game. No more, no less. You may be wary of pre-ordering titles so far in advance, but many consumers are not. Several people, for example, have had Final Fantasy games pre-ordered several years in advance of their release.

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