Adeki asks politely for $50,000 in order to fund this week’s editorial all about games that were financed through crowdfunding and have since then disappointed backers in one way or another. Should you pledge to this editorial? Read on to find out!
Tim Schafer launches another cash-grab using Psychonauts 2 as bait, Nintendo think they can sell twenty million NXs in 2016, Sony completely fuck up PS2 Classics, and Kenshiro goes SD in DD Fist of the North Star II in the news of the week!
Adeki goes back to the future to reflect on Kickstarter campaigns for video games, such as long-awaited sequels or spiritual successors to fan favorites. Will the power of nostalgia prevail for backers? Put on your rose-colored glasses and read ahead!
Satoru Iwata passes away at 55, PETA seeks to capitalise on his tragic death, Tim Schafer cannot manage a budget of any size, and Lusiweebs are breaking into Prison School in the news of the week!
SocJus narratives are beginning to have a chilling effect on industry creativity, Tim Schafer takes an even bigger shit on the people who backed his Broken Game, and the PS4 begins to hit its stride in the land of the rising sun in the news of the week!
More interesting details are revealed about Final Fantasy XV, tri-Ace gets sold out for mobile phone development, and Tim Schafer sticks up for fellow crook, Peter Molyneux, in the news of the week!
The Final Fantasy VII remake is at long last announced, Lucky Chloe proves not to the liking of some, and Broken Age backers take a backseat to their Playstation counterparts in the news of the week!
Lusipurr, utterly disconsolate at England’s poor run of form on the Cricket pitch, is joined by the morale-boosting SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, Gyme, Mel, and special guest, Melchiz. Helpfully, the VGX Awards are detailed, and Bravely Default is discussed.
Microsoft overclocks the Xbone’s CPU, Sony is castigated by a company dedicated to trading in worthless accolades, and Double Fine reaffirm the fact that they cannot be trusted with money.
Microsoft attempts to sell business on the benefits of Xbone, Nintendo threatens the prospect of free publicity with legal action, and Tim Schafer publicly brands a disillusioned backer as a ‘troll’ in the news of the week!