Kill Screen Launches a Kickstarter Campaign to Reinvent Its Print Magazine

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Kill Screen has launched a Kickstarter campaign to reinvent its print magazine to highlight the best of the video game community with in-depth reporting, profiles, and photography. Kill Screen founder Jamin Warren was able to launch the company with the support of an earlier Kickstarter campaign, so has returned to the platform with a more ambitious goals this time around.

An issue of Kill Screen will be an essential collection of videogame writing, with a laser focus on what’s important and new alongside Saturday-afternoon longreads. People familiar with the site will see their favorite writers off the leash, exploring the things they love with unprecedented resources.

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