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October 15th, 2012, 09:14
Originally Posted by Thaurin View Post
Hey, some people drop $1k on starving children or medical research, others do it in support of their favorite game developerů
I wish people would spend their excess money on charities that could save people's lives, instead of furthering the deveplopment of entertainment products… There are things that should be supported by paying customers in a free market, not by "charity".

Originally Posted by Bargeral View Post
Also maybe that the kickstarter trend has broken some unspoken rule and now it's OK to drop a big chunk of change on a game you like.
To be more specific, games of completely unknown quality they think they are going to like.
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