Publishers are clearly watching the situation at Kickstarter, and some are worried. But is there an alternative?
We've made it to Friday again and earned a chance to lean back, take a deep breath and scroll through seven days of RPG industry news.
Agon launched on Kickstarter, and it looks great. So let's first check out the campaign and then come back to what Evil Hat has decided about the crowdfunding platform.
In this column, we quickly summarise news and discoveries from the RPG industry. If it hit the radar this week, then it has a chance of making this bullet-point collection of headlines.
Evil Hat has delayed the Agon product, after talking to John Harper, while they reflect the on-going situation at Kickstarter.
News on the D&D movie, the release of Pathfinder 2nd edition and the discovery that two out the three best selling RPGs last quarter are sci-fi games.
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Evil Hat Productions has done well with Fate Core. A new Kickstarter shouldn’t be that surprising but there are some twists here. Fate More isn’t an expansion to Fate Core; it’s some new Fate Core books that need a Kickstarter to become physical rather than just digital.…