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So what were the other 6 video games?

I'm just curious. AoC  was 7th among all Kickstarter video games, right? So what were the other 6? And what was the number one mmo Kickstarter game before AoC?

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    ArchivedUserArchivedUser Guest
    edited June 2017
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    They are all listed on this page here.

    In order:

    $6,333,295 - Shenmue 3
    $5,545,991 - Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
    $4,188,927 - Torment: Tides of Numenera
    $3,986,929 - Pillars of Eternity
    $3,845,170 - Mighty No. 9
    $3,336,371 - Double Fine Adventure
    $3,271,809 - Ashes of Creation ~ New MMORPG by Intrepid Studios
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    Ugh Mighty No 9 was a bit of a disappointment.
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    Thanks for that. I've never heard of most of those games.
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    Played Pillers of Eternity, it was good fun in a throwback to Baldars Gate kind of way.   The rest I have never heard of. 
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    Played Pillers of Eternity, it was good fun in a throwback to Baldars Gate kind of way.   The rest I have never heard of. 
    You're aware of Baldur's gate but not aware of Torment: Tides of Numenera? It's the spiritual successor to Planescape Torment.

    inExile makes really awesome RPGs.
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    Played Pillers of Eternity, it was good fun in a throwback to Baldars Gate kind of way.   The rest I have never heard of. 
    You're aware of Baldur's gate but not aware of Torment: Tides of Numenera? It's the spiritual successor to Planescape Torment.

    inExile makes really awesome RPGs.
    Just looked it up on steam.  It does look good.  I am old and Baldur's gate was one of the 1st isometric RPGs I played with any conviction. In fact I loved it.   But thank you for pointing out my ignorence lol.  To be honest I dont play many single player games as they always come to an end. That is why I like MMORPGs. they last for years so you dont spend months playing hard core to get good and then suddenly complete it.

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    Played Pillers of Eternity, it was good fun in a throwback to Baldars Gate kind of way.   The rest I have never heard of. 
    You're aware of Baldur's gate but not aware of Torment: Tides of Numenera? It's the spiritual successor to Planescape Torment.

    inExile makes really awesome RPGs.
    Just looked it up on steam.  It does look good.  I am old and Baldur's gate was one of the 1st isometric RPGs I played with any conviction. In fact I loved it.   But thank you for pointing out my ignorence lol.  To be honest I dont play many single player games as they always come to an end. That is why I like MMORPGs. they last for years so you dont spend months playing hard core to get good and then suddenly complete it.

    I guess I alternate between MMOs and single player RPGs. There hasn't really been an MMO that made it feel like you have an impact on the world like a good single player RPG can yet. 

    Perhaps Ashes will be the one eh? :smile:
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    Shenmue? WTH is a shemue!? I've been living under a rock - never heard of any of those. Guess I'm going to have to burn my geek card lol
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