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« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2015, 11:38:07 AM »

I've never backed anything on Kickstarter, and between this and Yooka-Laylee it's been tougher and tougher to stick to that policy. But then, it's like, if I wanted to help with the cost of producing your game, I don't want a free copy of it because then what was I contributing to? Nah, I'll just buy it when it comes out and support the creator that way.

I'd love to dip if the Kickstarter goodies are good.  Till then I'm kinda the same as you, especially since the ones I've wanted to big seem to have little problem hitting their goal.
(That said, I can't bloody wait for Yooka-Laylee.

And this, actually).
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« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2015, 01:59:13 AM »

I've never backed anything on Kickstarter, and between this and Yooka-Laylee it's been tougher and tougher to stick to that policy. But then, it's like, if I wanted to help with the cost of producing your game, I don't want a free copy of it because then what was I contributing to? Nah, I'll just buy it when it comes out and support the creator that way.

It's best to think of Kickstarter as a donation with benefits rather than a preordering a game. I'm with Taelus in the sense that the kickstarters I've backed are proceeding smoothly but I've also seen plenty of people experience otherwise. I think with Bloodstained, there isn't much to worry about as you have an experienced developer like Igarashi who knows plenty about working with a deadline. Not to mention, this is a high-profile kickstarter like Mighty No.9. I'd be a lot more skeptical if it were a team that had never developed a game before. As for supporting the creator, I guess it's a matter of if you want to support them now (kickstarter) or later (buying the game). Anyway, I lost all interest in Castlevania after Igarashi stopped working on them, so I'm definitely looking forward to this.
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« Reply #17 on: May 13, 2015, 04:59:03 PM »

I backed this without hesitation but i'm a big fan of Castlevania and the whole Metroidvania style. I think this is the tenth project i'll have backed game wise and not a single one has yet released XD
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