Double Fine's Kickstarter success shows publishers what players want

Big-name publishers should see Double Fine's Kickstarter success as a sign of what their audience really wants.

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barefootgamer2463d ago

I'm excited to see what comes out of this project!

THR1LLHOUSE2463d ago

What I want is for Double Fine to commit to a Mac version. They're over a million dollars past their goal and they still haven't said if they will? Bah!

(Unless they have and I missed it...)

Moncole2463d ago (Edited 2463d ago )

They said they will make one if they got more than enough money. They said they will also be an iOS version. I can also see a 3DS and Vita one since you can do point and clicks on them

THR1LLHOUSE2463d ago

As of right now they're over $1,300,000 past their goal. Is that not enough for them?

And that's not counting the $15 I'd throw in if they did decide to do it. So it's like $1,300,015 to do a Mac version.

I mean, I understand that this is how things go. I made my decision when I bought my Macbook, it just sucks that I'm not a part of all the excitement. :(

Moncole2463d ago (Edited 2463d ago )

They are making one for the Mac since they got more the enough money. But it will only be on Steam, but it's a good time to download Steam if you have a Mac because GTA3, VC and SA now work on Mac and are on sale. You can also get Psychonauts and it had achievments

pr0digyZA2463d ago

Aah dont worry I'm sure there will be a Mac version :)

I just cant wait to get a good old point and click game from the masters.And maybe after that a psychonauts 2.

Bimkoblerutso2463d ago (Edited 2463d ago )

I support the cause, but as long as people are still comfortable buying Call of Duty for the millionth time, publishers will be the creativity stifling, greedy sons-of-bitches that they've always been.