You people are so up your own asses on this topic that I think one of you needs to get some fresh air and look at the big picture. Giantbomb reports video game news. This is video game news. Does the news often have an effect on things? Fuck yes it does, it always has. Does that mean that Giantbomb should not report news? Fuck no it doesn't.
On another note, its an interesting problem Double Fine has now. With the incredible amount of development money they've gotten, most people would think that the more money they get would be equal to the quality of the project they could make.
This is often not the case in business, and with so much more money than they could have imagined, yet in the same development time frame they've set out for themselves, it becomes an issue of what to do with it effectively without clouding the vision they may already have for the project. There's a lot of cases like this where too much money has made things difficult, and although I completely trust in the expertise of Double Fine I think they may have a tougher road ahead of them now than if they had just raised $400,000. What in the heck do they do if they end up with 4 million in dev money and only half a year to ship this adventure game? Buy 10 RED Epic camera's and Steven Speilberg to shoot the documentary?