http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidthier/ … ckstarter/
'Mighty No. 9' And The Tragedy Of Kickstarter
"More often than not, it also takes oversight to make sure that money is spent well, that the game remains manageable, and that a retail release is actually feasible."
To be fair, sometimes kickstarter delivers, sometimes it does not. More often than not, kickstarter is "worth" the money in my opinion. It is very unfortunate that with some $4million Inafune failed to deliver a "decent" Mega Man clone...
By the way, if anyone was looking to purchase "Mighty No. 9 Signature Edition" it has been sold out on amazon for a long time... but that is no longer the case. Why? -when the game started getting very bad reviews all the resellers that purchased multiple copies of the game canceled or returned their order. LAME, but then again, I'm not surprised