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December 4th, 2012, 22:18
Originally Posted by JDR13 View Post
For me, it's more about time than money. With being able to get PC games so cheap digitally nowadays, I don't find myself needing to choose what to spend my money on. The problem is finding the time to actually play so many games.
^This. Why do I need to sponsor new games when I have some outstanding RPGs I have yet to play? The pitch has to be real impressive and promise me something far better (or at least as good) as stuff in my backlog. For me it's purely the supply outstripping the (my) demand. But that's me, not the whole market, perhaps.. Perhaps, not, considering the recession.

There is a lot of bad supply-side thinking about that if you make something good enough people will buy it no matter the resources required. This is clearly wrong. If everyone is broke, your chances for funding are limited. Most people aren't going to go into further debt to fund a kickstarter (except perhaps us addicts). :/
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