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November 20th, 2012, 12:21
Kick-starters will have to sustain their image within the games industry for the foreseeable future in order to gain a normalised stature, more projects failing will not help to maintain that image, pledging to shaky ventures does not help the kick-start concept. The band-waggon effect is noticeable, some projects appear questionable and less than economical with the proposed product information. The more risky ventures could be choking the potential of the kick-starter concept overall - there appears to be no segregation filter element that can be applied to kick-starter project choice, it will remain forever notional - a gamer choice.

Caveat emptor (let the buyer beware!)
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