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Tuesday - January 05, 2016

GamingBolt - Top 25 Upcoming Sci-Fi Titles

by Aubrielle, 04:29

GamingBolt's tease game is strong today; they're covering their top 25 upcoming sci-fi titles of 2016 and beyond.


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Sunday - May 17, 2015

Kickstarter Retrospective - How Did the Major Projects Fare?

by Hiddenx, 13:31

GamingBolt takes a look back at the major Kickstarter projects:

Many, many years ago, game developers were faced with some rather stringent choices. Developing the game they wanted required bending to the will of publishers. Often times, some projects just weren’t worthy of being funded and never went beyond the creator’s imagination. However, in 2012, Kickstarter changed the industry’s means of acquiring funding significantly. It’s not as though it became just a platform for indie developers to garner some funding – big-time studios like Obsidian Entertainment and Double Fine Productions relied on Kickstarter to bring their visions to life. And while there may not be a significant rush akin to 2012, Kickstarter is a viable platform to make various dream games a possibility. Look no further than Castlevania series producer Koji Igarashi’s spiritual successor Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night which currently sits at $2,002,090 in funds with 28 days to go.

However, what about some of the bigger names of the Kickstarter craze? Where are they currently, where are they headed and what made them so unique? We take a look back at some of the biggest Kickstarter projects since 2012 along with the various successes and controversies that have followed them to release.

  • Divinity: Original Sin
  • Wasteland 2
  • Star Citizen
  • Broken Age
  • Mighty No. 9
  • Shadowrun Returns
  • Pillars of Eternity


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