yes, but people when its time to ask (specialy on the internet), everybody is IN, when the thing finaly arrives, lots look away and whistle, in kickstarter is "put your money where your mouth is" this is real demand...
i have no problem with this, no one is pointing a gun at ones head.
This still has the potential to happen. Yes it reached it's funding goals. but not everybody just donated to the $29 tier, and not everyone is also going to choose the PS4 version since it only shows that version as a digital release, and the PC version instead releasing as the physical version.
Looking at the number of backers is another way to look at preorder numbers, while offering some of the worse stretch goals at the amount donated.
$120 for one of 4 capsule toys in the game?
I still think it has a chance to do well, by being a $29 game instead of full price might cause more people to give it a try early on.
If this was a full price game, how well do you think it would do?