Wonderful 101 Fans Are Mad at PlatinumGames Over Kickstarter Import Fees


Earlier this year, PlatinumGames launched a Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful 101 Remastered for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. While the campaign made a lot of money, not everyone is happy with the results. It seems that a number of fans in the UK that backed the campaign had to pay a steep import fee for their physical copies of the game, making it more expensive than it would have been at retail. Making it all the more frustrating for fans, it seems that some received their copies of the game late, as a result. It’s definitely a frustrating situation, and one that could make fans think twice before backing another Kickstarter campaign.

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Keep reading to find out what fans are saying about The Wonderful 101 Remastered!

It’s easy to see why people are frustrated.


Fans clearly aren’t happy.


Some are even reaching out to Kickstarter about it.


The campaign was a bit messy from the start.


Having to pay more than retail is a tough pill to swallow.


Some are happy to have the game in hand, at least.


Not everyone is sympathetic, however.


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