Welcome to another episode of MMO Radio! If the third time is a charm then prepare to lose your pants, for here is episode three. This week we talk about Kickstarter, the good, the bad, and the tantalizing. Specifically, the games: table top, video, and beyond. Later in the show we explore developer’s over-promising ways and why players generally don’t care. Adam recounts his latest experiences running a DnD 4E campaign and how it’s never as simple as coming up with “a couple of names.” Silly Adam… this is Dungeons and Dragons! Nothing is simple.
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VentureBeat: Kickstarter Dodges Responsibility for Failed Projects
Kickstarter in 2012: 520k Backers Contributed $79M to Game-Related Projects
Hunter’s Insight: Let’s Not Get Carried Away
Kill Ten Rats: Managing Expectations
Kickstarter of the Week: BattleCON
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