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Old 23rd Oct 2012, 10:28   #1
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Loot Drop's old school RPG cancelled

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Old 23rd Oct 2012, 15:32   #2
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Walking around before entering turn based party combat sounds like every JRPG I ever studiously avoided playing. And Kings Bounty. It's not really old school as it's not like those kinds of game ever stopped appearing. The last truly old school RPG I saw, in the sense of unearthing a forgotten play style, was Legend of Grimrock.
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'We decided that it made more sense to just take everyones money, spend it on blow and go to Mexico for a while"
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'We decided that it made more sense to just take everyones money, spend it on blow and go to Mexico for a while"
They're still $750k short of their goal, and kickstarter have been known to cancel projects (and refund customers) when there was no chance of the product ever becoming a reality
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Wonder if Kickstarter ever refunded the tens of thousands of dollars that woman got for making her six thousand dollar youtube videos that never got made.
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Wonder if Kickstarter ever refunded the tens of thousands of dollars that woman got for making her six thousand dollar youtube videos that never got made.
No.

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kickstarter have been known to cancel projects (and refund customers) when there was no chance of the product ever becoming a reality
Where did you read that bit of factual horse do-do?

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Can Kickstarter refund the money if a project is unable to fulfill?

Kickstarter doesn't issue refunds, as transactions are between backers and the creator
Once a project has been funded, the raised funds paid directly to the project creator. Kickstarter doesn't even see the money which is why each project creator needs an Amazon payment account as funds are paid from us backers directly into the project account.

Kickstarter can't refund.

If a project doesn't reach it's funding goal then the project creator doesn't see a penny and nobody is charged. Backers only get charged when a project reaches its funding goal.
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