Posted By Chloet at 09:23 AM - Sun Aug 13 2017
(...)in the hopes that either they make that game, or someone more capable of doing so recognizes that there is an audience large enough and passionate enough to risk paying for the idea of the game(...)
^ This a full hundred percent! If you want this sort of game, you now have a (unique ?) chance to vote with your wallet. There's a chance for SBS to fail completely or partly (not deliver on some promises), but regardless of that, it's one of these 'now or never' moments. If they fail, at least other companies could comprehend that there is a market for this sort of game, but only if enough people contribute instead of waiting.
Posted By grandad1982 at 7:37 PM - Fri Aug 11 2017
(...)Its not like you lose anything by waiting(...)
I respectfully disagree. In my humble opinion, you loose the opportunity to let the publishers and developers know that there is a market for this kind of game. It's enough to buy an Elyrian package, but we 'need' numbers if the game-software-bosses are to be convinced that it's not 'basic themepark - or nothing'. That is why I pledged at the Kickstarter and am waiting. Kind of like, I've set my vote and if the game develops where I would like it to be, I can still chip in more money later, but the first initial pledge is important timing wise.