A mid-year look at how games have performed so far on Kickstarter in 2016.
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E3 is now over, the weekend has passed, the attendees have flown back to their homes, and it is time for me to go over the media coverage of the events, as is now traditional.
A look at the performance of the reveals of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1
Like last year, I have put together a quick summary of the media coverage of the Game Developer Conference.
We are looking for a UK PR rep. Spread the word.
As promised, this is the second part of me looking at the past year and Kickstarter, this time looking at games and only games. It might help for a more general context to have a read of the previous post on Kickstarter as a whole for last year. Like in that article, you can find a fairly substantial deck with slides at the end for you to look at all sorts of numbers on that category.
While I have missed the symbolical January window to post about the past year, this review of Kickstarter in 2015 in numbers will hopefully still of interest to all of you. Like for the blog post I did last year, I have put together a massive powerpoint deck with tons of numbers and details across all the different categories of projects on Kickstarter. Unlike last year, I won’t discuss the game category in depth in this blog post. But don’t be disappointed, I will make a dedicate one for this shortly.
With 2015 behind us, and the new year already under way, it is time for the traditional year-in-review articles, and I don’t see any reason for us to avoid the trend. I went to Twitter to ask about what to tackle first, and the media overview won over a Kickstarter post (probably due to my recent article on GI.biz satisfying the need for the time being, but don’t worry, a Kickstarter related article will happen too).
The fine folks of GamesIndustry.biz have invited me to be part of their year end series to write an article on crowdfunding and video games in 2015.
Going back as promised on this year’s game events and their media coverage, today I am looking into the early results of the Paris Games Week held from 28th of October to the 1st of November.