Here's a question: have you ever supported a crowd-funded game? Were you happy about that decision?
Mighty No. 9, a game made possible via crowd-funding was released this week and by most accounts wasn't quite the game most hoped it would be.
It would appear that the honeymoon for crowd-funding is over. Would you support a crowd-funded game in the future?
That's a lot of questions around one single topic, but it's a complicated issue. I've heard many say that you should be happy to lose the money you supply to Kickstarters, but I'm not so sure. I've been very cynical about crowd-funded video games from the very start. I've only ever supported one video game this way — one being developed by a close, personal friend. Outside of that I've never contributed to any Kickstarter.
How about you?