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Josh Griffiths knows how to write a professional bio. He knows he should talk about how he writes about videogames and sports for a living. He also understands that he should mention that he's in charge of Cliqist's video team, and that he's got a nose for trouble. With a capital 'Q'!

Kickstarter MIA: Echoes of Eternea Replaced by Silence

Chancler Harrison recalls his time working on Echoes of Eternea vividly. “My work involved 100's of hours with the promise of getting paid once...

Road to E3: How Indie Megabooth Public E3 Event Cancellation Affects...

A few weeks ago, Indie Megaboth, a conglomeration of indie game developers who come together to present their games at large expos, announced they...

The Rise and Fall of Super Roman Conquest

World War II isn’t the only historical period that gets to have fun on Kickstarter. There are plenty (read: a few) games that found...

The Kickstarter Delay – Why Are So Many Games So Late?

Our recent Plague Road article mentions that Kickstarter games have a longstanding problem with arriving later than they should. At least, later than their...

Crowdfunding Hall of Fame: Chris Avellone

Fallout: New Vegas is the greatest game of all time. Anyone who disagrees is wrong. Those who say it’s a bad game should be...

Bookin’ It: The Interactive Past

After looking at the various crowdfunded books about video game consoles, and failed campaigns, it’s time to step away and look at gaming as...

Plague Road Launches Early, But at What Cost?

Arcade Distillery may have just set a world record. Plague Road, Kickstarted in December 2016 with $55,734, has launched on Steam. What sets this...

Bookin’ It: The Dark Side of the Page

In our last two Bookin' It articles detailing the crowdfunded books of video games, we explored the popularity of Nintendo and old gaming computers....

AeternoBlade II : An Indiegogo Campaign That isn’t Terrible

A few days ago, we were lamenting the downfall of Indiegogo. There site has been lacking quality campaigns for months, and the few recent...

GaymerX East 17: More Important Than Ever, And In Search of...

Popular gaming convention GaymerX is heading to New York City, at least it will if its newest campaign reaches its $34,000 goal. The convention...

The Popularity of World War II Games on Kickstarter

World War II has always been a popular setting for video games. It’s not hard to see why. The good guy/bad guy line is...

Project Rap Rabbit Gives Off Some Serious Mighty No. 9 Vibes

Yesterday, Cliqist Editor, Writer and Strength of Music Embracer Joanna Mueller extolled the virtues of Project Rap Rabbit, a new Kickstarter campaign from the...

Is Battletech’s Paradox Partnership a Harebrained Scheme?

In a recent update, BattleTech developers Harebrained Schemes made an announcement regarding a partnership with Paradox Interactive. The terms of the partnership are laid...
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Where Are They Now? – Keiji Inafune

Mighty No. 9 and Red Ash are the two biggest disasters in Kickstarter history. That’s how it feels anyway, but in reality they’re far...

Historical Games Are Important, So Why Don’t We Crowdfund them More?

Games based on historic events have a surprisingly bad track record on Kickstarter. Or maybe it’s not that surprising, judging by a similar video...

Look at Ghost of a Tale, Y’all

Every so often, I come across a crowdfunded game I’ve never heard of before and check to see what kind of coverage we’ve given...