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(Slashdot)   For every game developer *not* interested in making "Call of Duty 19: Assault on Disneyworld," Kickstarter is increasingly the way to go for funding   (slashdot.org) divider line 3
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2013-09-26 10:11:04 AM
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Well I, for one, would love to go on the "It's a Small Small World" ride with a shotgun.
2013-09-26 01:55:16 PM
1 votes:

China White Tea: "Okay, so, we need some money, so we can make a prototype, so we can show it to investors, so maybe we can get enough money to actually make a game someday."


Neal Stephenson's  Clang was the same way. And then he had the temerity to biatch about how the Kickstarter model locked him into his original plan, because he would have changed course several times if he wasn't on the hook to make the thing he told people he was going to make.
2013-09-26 12:18:30 PM
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Egoy3k: If COD is such a bad game why does it make so much money? Clearly activision is give a lot of people what they want because it's a hit every farking year.  The original COD was great. I still remember playing the last mission where you are carrying the Russian flag through Berlin. The new ones aren't much different from that once everything is said and done.  Just because we as adults have moved past those games doesn't mean that they are no longer good games.

Half the COD haters are just bad at MP and hate the game because some 13 year old called them a f****t  for taking the bomb to the wrong location that one time.  I'm pretty terrible at it myself and haven't played the newest ones but I don't hate them.  I just don't play games that don't appeal to me.

/I'm going to be digging through the 'box of PC doom' when I get home looking for my old COD disks


Why would you store the discs for Call of Duty in the DOOM game box?
 
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