Whilst little is known about the new electronic doohickey gamers remain confident that it will redefine the video game industry, with some speculating that it may even herald in some sort of futuristic utopian society.
However, speaking from his new yacht the creator of the thingamabob, Ian Williams, told The Daily Pixel that whilst he was pleased gamers had decided to support his project he was concerned that some had unrealistic expectations.
“I think it’s fair to say that functionality is rather limited at the moment”, said Williams. “All this gizmo really does is flash and play quotes from Steven Seagal movies, and to be honest it doesn’t even do that very well.
“When I turned to Kickstarter I was only looking for $100 to buy some more copper wiring and better batteries, but the next thing I know I’ve got $8 million in the bank and thousands of gamers telling me I’m going to crush the Xbox.”
Nevertheless, gamers are adamant that this whatchamacallit is definitely the next big thing.
“With so many people behind it how could it possibly fail?”, asked one frenzied supporter. “History has shown us that large numbers of people are never wrong and that the public always knows what’s best.”
“For too long greedy corporations have been force-feeding us high quality blockbusters when all we wanted was the ability to play shitty games our friends made or, in this case, relive classic moments from Steven Seagal’s career.”Tweet