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BreedinBull said:
Also, don't forget Sony going bankrupt and doom and all that. They found a way to fund great games and not go bankrupt. Not their fault they are in competition with a company that throws Windows money at them.


Money saving tactics confirmed xD



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this is a great idea. I would like to see Brutal Legend Heavenly Sword and Dante's Inferno on this list



If crowdfunding is the only way to convince publishers to bring back dormant IPs like Shenmue or Suikoden then so be it. It's better than not having those franchises at all.



Sigs are dumb. And so are you!

Well this is going to be a bad trend... Unless the donators are rewarded the final game when it comes out, then it seems more justified. But I feel like, soon enough, you'll have to donate and then buy the game on top of that.



Chrono Break, Shadow Complex 2, Suidoken VI, TimeSplitters, and Snatcher sequels please.



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Buy Bayonetta back please










jk (well, not really)



Square Enix should do this for a Crisis Core PS4 Remake after final Fantasy VII is finished... anyone else agree?



lonerism said:
Buy Bayonetta back please










jk (well, not really)

 

Vanquish 2 or Legend of Dragoon sequel would also be nice in addition! Viewtfiul Joe 3? New Crash Bandicoot? Jack 4? Possibilities just rising the more gamers want.



" It has never been about acknowledgement when you achieve something. When you are acknowledged, then and only then can you achieve something. Always have your friends first to achieve your goals later." - OnlyForDisplay

At this rate, sony will keep winning E3's for a long time. Just showcase a game or two of a revived series each year.



luvtospooge said:
Well this is going to be a bad trend... Unless the donators are rewarded the final game when it comes out, then it seems more justified. But I feel like, soon enough, you'll have to donate and then buy the game on top of that.


Well it isn't donations. It's funding, you get what is listed.



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

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Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

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