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Sounds to me like the indie developers THOUGHT they could make it, worked on it and spent all the money, but never finished it. Do I believe the Yogscast got a cut? Yeah I know they did. ...and Did a little reasearch myself and went to the Kickstarter page myself.. The WinterKewl guy basically laid out that he spent it all and didn't know how to managed the money. So, considering he's got all the physical assets (computers), he's the only one with assets that can be liquidated to pay for refunds.


As for the digital assets: all the things that have already been put into the game we'll see what Lewis (who probably is raging over this atm) plans to do.


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Hnnn they look about the same to me. The pc version looks a tiny bit clearer. I personally don't think it matters though. I'd still play pixilated games as long as they're good. I'll be getting a ps4 only because I know that the games I play will be on it and I already have ps+...

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Yeah, but they don't market for it. I honestly think Xenoblade Chronicles if one of the BEST J-RPGs to hit ANY console in the past few years and it wasn't marketed in the US and people who wanted it had to clammor to make to even get the UK port of it. for the US ... Now people HAVE to pay $90 for a copy of the game if they want it.

...They want to be like "we're not just for kids games...!" but when they do get something so epicly grand, a game that pushes their console to its very limits, they don't stand behind it to show that they are the go-to console for that kind of game... So the games filter off to other consoles since the sales aren't as high there...

They stand behind the gimmiky stuff 100% and yeah, more Marios and Zeldas are a must-have. And honestly, I think they should manage to bring a Pokemon game to the Wii-U and I don't mean an off-shoot.

And I think a great great feature they could implement would be DS game compatibility. You have the 2-screens. Why the heck not? Greatly expand a gaming library and sell a system to those who would love to play their DS games on a TV.

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Haha, Nintendo didn't "start" the motion controlled mess; they just ran away with it all the way to the bank... Atari had the idea; Nintendo made the Power Glove (failed in a way); the Wii was just a gimmik that managed to take hold with clever marketing at the time.

Marketing did well for that. The Wii-U is under marketed, actually. A lot of people really have no f'ing clue that it isn't just a Wii with a tablet.

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I've always thought Nintendo was going about everything all wrong. They don't understand their target market and that is what is killing them. They've tried TOO hard to get into Microsoft and Sony's game that they lost their way from what made them who they truly are.

Nintendo produces durable consoles that people of all ages have found themselves owning at least one, if not all, since they were young.

I think if they went back to those ways and TRULY promoted themselves as the console for children and families, they'd keep their place and hold it forever. Sega failed; I would hate to see Nintendo fall as well.