[lock-on] which is “a premium gaming journal” that is set to deliver thought-provoking stories lately launched its Kickstarter campaign, and it has already gained $8,227 with 146 Backers there are only 27 days to back this project; please support it if you haven’t you’ll receive some great things (depending on how many dollars you pledge) you can find more information about the Kickstarter of [lock-on] here
[lock-on] has many fantastic content creators such as John Linneman from Digital Foundry and Rishi Alwani from IGN India. [lock-on] will feature gorgeous original art as well; you can check out some of the art of [lock-on] below:
The team behind [lock-on] is terrific. It features Shaun Hughes (Editor-in-Chief for Ninty Fresh Magazine) as the content director, Eliza Marzec as the art director Jon Doyle as the director (Known for his work on Ninty Fresh Magazine). He’s talented. His artwork is gorgeous, and he’s a great writer. You can check out his work on Ninty Fresh Magazine’s cover below, which looks beautiful, and the aesthetic is just next-level; you can also get a logo or product designed by Jon Doyle himself here.
So [lock-on] features a huge amount of great content writers, content creators, a terrific team and artists. Lost in Cult’s main aim behind [lock-on] is to deliver on our promise of a collectable product that has both quality and design at the forefront of all we do. Lost in Cult also wants to create something that preserves and immortalises aspects of gaming history which is all too often lost in the vastness of the World Wide Web. Basically, I have already given you many reasons to support [lock-on]. Please pledge to the [lock-on] campaign.
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