WingMan talks crowdfunding at the Heartland gaming expo

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WingMan talks crowdfunding at the Heartland gaming expo

Post by Lothar » Sat Apr 11, 2015 3:56 pm

The day after the kickstarter ended, WingMan* gave a talk about crowdfunding and D:U. It starts at around 1:36:00 at




* Eric "WingMan" Petersen, who played as "Dakota" or possibly "DaDakota" on Kali, is the CEO of Descendent Studios and is the lead on the Descent:Underground development team.
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Re: WingMan talks crowdfunding at the Heartland gaming expo

Post by Duper » Sat Apr 11, 2015 4:27 pm

By the way.. I played the Heck outta Star Lancer! A couple of neighbors and me played the coop to death! :mrgreen:

I still have my copy around here somewhere....
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Re: WingMan talks crowdfunding at the Heartland gaming expo

Post by Hunter » Sun Apr 12, 2015 2:46 am

We couldn't ask for a better man for the job - Nice guy all round (heh ..)
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Re: WingMan talks crowdfunding at the Heartland gaming expo

Post by Sergeant Thorne » Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:44 pm

Even if someone doesn't want to watch this whole thing, you owe it to yourself to at least check out 2:30:00 to 2:31:00. 2:29:00 forward is pretty cool too, because he mentions the Interplay C&D and SolC. The whole thing is well worth watching, though. Wingman is a cool guy, and it's great to hear his perspective (would be nice if we could hear the questions too).
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