Entries in 'Kickstarter' (114)
Successfully Kickstarted VR headset Oculus Rift will miss its proposed pre-Christmas launch.
The creators of cult console hit Katamari Damacy and indie endless runner Canabalt have teamed up to create a brand new title.
Author Drew Wagar has taken to Kickstarter to try and raise the funds he needs to pledge money on a separate Kickstarter project.
With Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube? hitting 2m downloads, Peter Molyneux has revealed his next project, previously referred to as “co-operation”.
The two crowdfunding efforts for Chris Roberts’ Star Citizen have come to a close, bringing in a combined $6.2m in pledges.
Famed UK developer David Braben has taken to Kickstarter to try and fund a brand new sequel to 1980s cult classic Elite.
Kickstarter, the most popular vehicle for crowdfunding games development projects, is now available in the UK.
Chris Roberts’ crowdfunded space simulation project Star Citizen is on a roll.
An ambitious RPG project by genre stalwarts Brenda Braithwaite and Tim Hall has been abandoned.
What happens when a successful Kickstarter project goes wrong? We may well be about to find out.
Obsidian’s incredible Kickstarter push for Project Eternity has finally come to a close, amassing over $4m in the process.
Project Eternity, the isometric party-based RPG from Obsidian Entertainment, has become the most successful game ever on crowdfunding site Kickstarter.
A launch date for Kickstarter UK has been set.
Loot Drop, a studio that houses John Romero, Brenda Braithwaite and Tom Hall, has become the latest to embrace crowdfunding site Kickstarter.
Certain publishers are looking to take advantage of Kickstarter to develop new IPs and generate money without having to invest, Obsidian’s CEO Feargus Urquhart has claimed.
If a brand has been out of the limelight for many years, it can be difficult getting publishers to support a new release – but crowdfunding offers an alternative solution.
This week's MCV is now available to download - and it is jam-packed with great features, including an extensive interview with Square Enix CEO, Yoichi Wada.
Over the past eight months more than $50m has been put toward game campaigns on Kickstarter.
Publishers may be investing millions in rebooting franchises such as Tomb Raider and Devil May Cry, but UK developers have found a more cost-effective route to market.
Crowdfunding isn't just being used to create new games brand - it's bringing new life to old ones as well.
The Broken Sword franchise is set to return – provided it wins sufficient support on Kickstarter.
Julie Uhrman, the CEO of Ouya, has told MCV that her company feels a burden of responsibility to deliver on all of its promises for its thousands of backers.
Having embarked on its Kickstarter journey with a lofty target of $950k, Ouya Kickstarter dream has reached a spectacular conclusion.
The organisers of a gay-focused gaming and geek convention have easily hit their funding target on crowd-sourcing site Kickstarter.