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March 8th, 2013, 19:52
Originally Posted by rjshae View Post
Then you badly need to re-examine your logic because asking them to spend $2M on a game when they have $3M in the bank means you're only getting 67% of your money's worth.
Not so. He's paying $20 and getting something in exchange for it. If the game he gets is worth more than $20 to him, then he's gotten his money's worth, and it doesn't matter how much the developer spent on making it. If it did, then you'd be getting more of your money's worth buying a $100 million game like Modern Warfare than you could possibly get buying a Kickstarted game with a twentieth of the budget.
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