Josh Griffiths writes: "You won’t find much mention of crowdfunding with venerable hits like Undertale, FTL: Faster Than Light, or Kentucky Route Zero. I’ve dubbed it Kickstarter Hypocrisy – not mentioning crowdfunding when discussing a popular crowdfunded game like Shovel Knight or not even knowing such a game was crowdfunded, yet gleefully dissecting every detail of a Kickstarter campaign when tearing into a crappy game like Yooka-Laylee or Takedown: Red Sabre."
Not much of an impact, kickstarter has plenty of other categories that make more money.
I'd hardly call the reception 'disastrous.' Then again, I wouldn't call Yooka-Laylee 'crappy' either.
It had pretty good reception, mixed at worst...how is that "disastrous", did you not see Mighty Number 9? That was a disaster. What does this 'disastrous' article mean for poor bloggers who think they are important?
wait. what is that title? Disastrous means it failed releasing as a game. The game works. your goddamn opinions on what the company did or didn't do should not factor in whether a game is good or not.
What is this shit? Yooka laylee was a shout out game to a previous generation and it delivers - it did not say it was going to be anything else but that. This is a game created out of love, not profit as It sells for 30 dollars less than market price. So value for money: the game is a success. Take your pro jon tron racist hack ass journalism elsewhere
I thought the reception was a bit lacking but disastrous?? Me thinks you're over blowing it.