I find it hard to imagine that PVZ2 would get Apple any additional sales, can't see why they would pay out any money or anything of value for some days of exclusivity.
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I think a large problem is that limiting a Kickstarter to Ouya if even for just 6 months would limit the pool of interested consumers immediately. I would expect Ouya owners to fall into 2 categories: those that buy many gadgets and have some excess cash, and those that can't afford a 360, ps4, or wiiu. I don't see the first group buying in as they'd rather play a game on a better platform like the 360 or pc. I don't see the second group being large enough for a kickstarter game to reach a reasonable target, unless it were something major in which case it wouldn't be targeting Ouya.
And he certainly isn't the only one I was perusing users on steam a couple weeks ago and it's frightening the time MANY DOTA2 user put in. I thought Steam spending a mill on a tournament was probably a waste of money, but looks like they'll make plenty of it.
I enjoyed seeing/learning more about Gilbert at GIantbomb and honestly everywhere since his kickstarter. However I don't think he added a lot to the already crazy Double Fine group. I think they will do just as well without him and he'll hopefully enjoy working with a different set of capable developers elsewhere in future project(s). My only concern is if he leeches any of Double Fine's developers, designers, or artists down the road.
What's up with women, it's an over the top zombie game. If they showed a mutililated zombie attacked penis statue I wouldn't be offended and feel like they were attacking men. Sheez, get a grip and quit thinking everything is an attack on your sex.