Check it here: http://www.giantbomb.com/articles/the-little-fighting-game-that-could/1100-4587/<div><br></div><div>It’s a good read, especially if you know nothing about the costs of developing a game. </div>
This is a great article. Ummm… I just realize I dont know how to submit this for the front page
<div class=“QuoteAuthor”><a href="/profile/13216/AsteriskBlue">AsteriskBlue</a> said:</div>
<div class=“QuoteText”>This is a great article. Ummm… I just realize I dont know how to submit this for the front page</div>
I’ll do it since I posted the link here. In the future, send an email to email@example.com
Probably one of the best articles I’ve read. Good on you giant bomb
It’s attracted a lot of positive attention since it’s Giant Bomb (a still-reputable source for gaming journalism) and since it’s simply a really well-written article. Whether this will translate into more interest in SG I can’t say, but seeing it get tons of hits and attention on reddit makes me happy.
Awesome article. The Kotaku and Joystiq articles on Skullgirls came and went on Monday morning, which I felt put the funding campaign in a negative light. They were off the front pages before the link to indiegogo was even live! Giantbomb actually implies Lab Zero is operating as efficiently and run as responsibly as the best in the industry.
<div class=“QuoteAuthor”><a href="/profile/3344/Pizzarino">Pizzarino</a> said:</div>
HUSH! WE SHALL NOT SPEAK OF THEIR SO-CALLED “JOURNALISM” HERE!<div><br></div><div>Jokes aside, I actively avoid Kotaku and pretty much any site affiliated with Gawker. They love stirring up drama and half-truths for page hits, and I don’t think they should be rewarded for that… of course it’s not like a one-person boycott will accomplish anything, haha.</div>