Whatever, Kickstarter will be dead for video games ones the next consoles come out and publishers start looking for new, interesting IP ideas.
I'm not so sure about that. Almost none of the games funded on Kickstarter are console games (though a very tiny few do port to console). They are primarily PC and then some iOS and Android games. They won't be impacted by "new, interesting IP ideas", because they are primarily either more old-school influenced games that could easily grab an audience big enough to support its product but not big enough to turn a $5m investment into a $100m return (which is what major publishers would demand) . . . . or they are really out there smaller projects that are more at home on the PC with and less of a chance through traditional publishing.
If Kickstarter and other crowdfunding sites don't get their shit together and really invest in the vetting and curating process of their hosted projects or if enough projects really completely crumble through unfortunate circumstances, poor project management, or outright fraud to sour people on the risk -- then it will be over. But I don't think it'll have much, if anything, to do with the other titles that are out there or will be out there.