Kickstarter crowd funding can be credited for many projects being green lit. One of their larger, and more known campaigns is the Ouya gaming console. Here at iGR we are advocates for creativity and unique concepts. Kickstarter offers game developers the ability to put their product in front of the public. If a project is funded it’s then distributed on a tier basis to the community that backed it, and to the platforms it’s being released on.
iGR’s newest weekly article will help to expose some of the best gaming projects Kickstarter has to offer, and chronicle their progress to glory, or obscurity. Every one of these titles deserve to be made, but not all will celebrate their goal being met. This is our effort to shine light on some deserving independent developers.
The original post-apocalyptic RPG returns to
A new AR/VR contender has entered the scene.
Holy awesome projects Batman!
Dark Matter pulled from Steam and other digital distribution platforms
We have one helluva write-up for you this week!
A legendary voice actor lends his help to Hinterland’s The Long Dark
Another fantastic episodic story will come to fruition thanks to crowd funding
Square Enix has announces it’s Collective platform
We’re happy to report that there will be a licensed sequel to River City Ransom heading our way