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Apparently this is happening.
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Darran@Retro Gamer wrote:I've played all the Bratz games and Barbia Horse Adventures, due to having two girls and they are not rubbish in the slightest.
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Here are also some related gubbins:-
If you can get past the annoying, interrupting and ignorant American hosts, (and their pronunciation of, 'Zee X Spectrum), it's quite enjoyable...
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Awesome! It would be ace if more classic games creators went back to their IP and used Kickstarter.
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Where would we be without the PC and things like Kickstarter?
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As an enormous fan of the original Chaos, (and plenty of Julian Gollop's games since), I had to back this.
Fingers crossed it meets (and exceeds) the funding target.
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This is struggling a bit, which is a shame. It could still hit the goal, but it needs quite a boost over the last four days. Pity, because with Julian Gollop's pedigree, this will be a superb strategy game.
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At the end of the day though, even $30k light, surely $150k should make it worth investing in? For every person prepared to back it now, I'm sure there'll be at least 3 or 4 who would still purchase it at retail.
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