Taylor wrote:Piet wrote:Taylor wrote:Primarily because the stretch goals had absolutely no impact on whether I did or didn't invest, nor did it affect the amount I backed with. I also understand that in a realistic world, not everything can go to plan, which was actually stated on the Yooka-Laylee Kickstarter page. The stretch goals were never promises.
I'm actually quite curious about how much of an effect the stretch goals had on the final total collected with Kickstarter. I would presume not very much, but of course I don't have the data.
But the stretchgoals DID have impact on other people's investments and pledge amounts, like mine.
If they say they will add more stuff IF they get more money and they do get said money (they did), they have to deliver. Deceiving (that's what it is, IF they don't deliver) you project's backers is never a good idea.
The 4 stretchgoals that aren't fulfilled yet, are the ones with the highest pledge amounts.
May 2nd, 2015: (viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1082&p=10792#p10792)Piet wrote:I pledged 70!
Don't care for the t-shirt, but I want everything physical (ex. the N64 thingy) & digital (for my Wii U).
Maaaannnnn, I can' wait!
May 3rd, 2015, Playtonic add higher stretch goals: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pl ... ts/1219224
It's quite funny that you were able to predict the future, making the stretch goals affect your pledge amount before they were even part of the Kickstarter, hey?
You just come across as extremely entitled. Get realistic -- if they fulfil every stretch goal, awesome. If not, there would be a practical reason why they couldn't. If you want to abandon Playtonic in that scenario, go ahead, nobody is stopping you.
I raised my pledge after they announced the new stretchgoals. Nice try tho!
Entitled because I want them to fulfill their promises? Okay man. Sure!
I’m not even being negative or anything. The radio silence just held on for too long (almost 4(!!) months), but luckily it’s broken now.